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HIGHWAY 
1966 



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HIGHWAY 
1966 



IT WAS THE BEST OF TIMES, IT WAS THE WORST OF TIMES, 
IT WAS THE AGE OF WISDOM, IT WAS THE AGE OF FOOLISH- 
NESS, IT WAS THE EPOCH OF BELIEF, IT WAS THE EPOCH OF 
INCREDIBILITY, IT WAS THE SEASON OF LIGHT, IT WAS THE 
SEASON OF DARKNESS, IT WAS THE SPRING OF HOPE . . . 

—CHARLES DICKENS— 



ACT I— AUTUMN . . . 

Leaves begin to fall ... 
Drums begin to roll . . . 
Teams are on the ball . . 




Conscious of the world around us 





Teams are acclaimed 
All work hard . . . 




New academic pressures . . . 
A choice of lunches . . . 
A cake sale . . . 

A train trip to New York 
Leaders are formed . . . 



TEAM 

Yea team ! 

Yea Hingham team . . . 




Steadfast spirit and loyalty . . . 

A new year's zeal . . . for all it was worth 
Respect for team, school, country . . . 





Each has his thrilling 
moment . . . 

Report cards . . . 

Disillusionment . . . 

A new term's hope 




November 9, 1965 



Schedule A: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Schedule B: 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, l^Huh! ? ! 



A class assembly 
Thought for the 
Day: Get Smart . 




A fall musical scores again 




A new teacher . . . 

There are now just a few places 
off limits to us . . . 

A gym full of SAT exams . . 

The college of your choice 



Lunch time regulations 
stated and restated . . 





Thanksgiving time approaches . 
Minds wonder . . . 
Vacation . . . 

A deserved rest ? . . . 



DR. WILLIAM MAHONEY: 

Hingham's Superintendenf of 

Qchoois 




TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1966 



The publication of the 1966 Highway represents a lasting record of the achievements 
of the Senior Class, the faculty at Hingham High School, and the parents of our Senior 
Class members. It deals not only in your accomplishments of the past four years, but 
also offers an insight into our hopes for you, the 1966 graduates of Hingham High 
School. 

I join with other members of the school administration in extending my congratu- 
lations to you, and my best wishes for the future. 

WILLIAM M. MAHONEY 

Superintendent of Schools 





MR. IRMIN PIERCE 
Vice-Principal 

TO THE CLASS OF 1966 . . . 

Your class, as it puts together 
this record of its experiences in 
Hingham High School, is picturing 
Our Way of Life. 

You have gone through school as 
a group, working together demo- 
cratically to choose your officers, 
decide your policies, and accomp- 
lish your aims. 

You have also gone through 
school as individuals, each develop- 
ing his own aims and ambitions, 
seeking and finding help in the re- 
sources which the school offers to 
all and growing mentally by con- 
trast with other minds. I hope that 
you are now ready for the broader 
experiences in the years ahead. My 
best wish for you is that you will 
be good citizens, that you will 
cherish high ideals and that you 
will succeed in living up to them. 



MR. PAUL FARRI9 
Principal 

TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 
1966 . . . 

The Class of 1966 has made a fine begin- 
ning on the road to self-education and responsi- 
ble citizenship! As you make your way in this 
world of ours, perhaps you can find the key 
to the heart of mankind so that peace may be- 
come an integral part of our way of life. The 
inquiring mind, the integrity of character, the 
impartiality of honest experimentation, the re- 
spect due every man because he is a man: all 
of these can be helpful to you as you join in the 
quest to solve the one great problem confronting 
mankind — peace. 



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Guidance Deparfment 



. . . it's about those C.E.B. 
scores . . . they should go up . . . 
what's your problem ? ? . . . sign 
up for scholarships over 
here . . . 



MR. COLLINS 
Guidance Dept. Head 




Without their 

enthusiastic support . . . 

there would be no "thirteenth" year 

for us . . . 



Nurse 



MRS. GEOTZ 




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Secretaries 




What would we 
do without 
them ? ? 



Cafeieria 



Gym excuses right 
and left . . . "you're 
REALLY not sick are 
you??" . . . Sympathy?? 





sustenance and survival . . 



H*n*o* 




MR. WEBB 

English Dept. Head 



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MRS. EPPLE 

English 




MRS. ILFELD 

English 




MR. KOCK 

English 




MRS. PETERS 
English 





MR. LEONARD 

English 




MR. PARSONS 
Social Studies 





MR. PARKER 

Social Studies 



MRS. HANIAGO 
Social Studies 



MR. FALLON 
Social Studies 



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Faculty 





MR. ABRAHAMSON 
Social Studies 



MR. BANKS 
Language 




MR. BLOUIN 

Language 




MISS GUELL 

Language 




MR. SHARPE 

Language 




MRS. SIEGAL 
Language 




MR. SULLIVAN 
Language 






MR. WALLACE 
Math. Dept. Head 



MR. DEETER 
Math 



MRS. GALO 

Math 



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MR. McKENZIE 

Math 



MISS POOLE 

Math 




MISS BRAWLEY 
Science 




MISS KAPLAN 
Science 




MR. ELIAS 

Science Dept. Head 




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MR. MUGGINS 
Science 



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MISS PHALEN 

Science 





MR. CALDWELL 

Science 



MR. DOWNING 

Art 




MR. FLYNN 
Speech 



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Faculty 





MRS. BREWER 
Business 




MISS TITUS 
Business 



MR. SAVAGE 

Work study 




MISS QUILL 
Business 



MRS. DEVINE 
Business 





MR. LANDAU 
Reading 




MR. BOYDEN 

Industrial arts 




MR. JOHNSON 

Industrial arts 




MISS MURDOCK 
Home economics 




MR. WOODWARD 

Mechanical drawing 



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Meeting a deadline — ■ 
on time ? ? ? ... 
pushing for 

subscriptions . . . 
getting out of class 
for pictures . . . 
cokes and copysheets . 
memories . . . 



Highway 




First row: P. Robinson, S. Lane, D. Thomas, S. Gilyard 

Second Row: I. Thayer, N. Pratt, P. Reardon, J. Prusick, C. Shaughnessy, M. Hanna, J. Goff, 

C. Belaja 
Top row: S. Smith, P. Holthaus, N. Winterbottom, S. Leary, J. Brebbia, E. Shute, M. Mahar, S. 

Keeler, K. Smith, F. Kuhn, B. McNulty 



Business Qtaff 



Advertising . . . 
seeking support . . . 
order blanks . . . 
lunchroom campaigns 




First row: R. Sweeney, S. Bedford, D. Wanders, 

N. DeHart, 
Second rote: J. Bernan, D. Lord, R. Argiro, R. 

Breen, R. Burke, 
Top row: J. Dowling, J. Glanq^, L. Norton, T. 

T^er. 





OUR ADVISOR 

Mr. Nord 



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EDITORS: Liz and Jan 



Har-borlight 

Adaye and Mai Lompare 



No 



Peaasus Takes 



On 



By Steve Tolle 

Last Augxist, the American Fie 
Service provided Hingham Hi| 
with two new feminine additio 
to the class of '66. Doth studer 
immediately rose t'o a height 
popularity throughout the whc 
school with both students ai.v^ 
teachers. Their efforts to adapt to 
the new school surroundings came 
more naturally than with most of 
the faculty in their first year of 
pedagogical enterprise. Since the 
fateful commencement of school on 
September 9th the two girls hiave 
hostessed a very successful dar" 
among participating in o>i^ 
merous projects, ma^ 
strong benefit tv- 
school. It 
years ' 
wora 
of Ei 
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The lunchroom salespifch . . 
reporters hither and yon . . . 
"The Growler" roars . . . 
always deadlines . . . 
junior journalists . . . 
spicy editorials . . . 



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she exclaimed. 

Adiaye comment* 
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question c over t 
girls respond* , , 

H Pilars anrt • ^^^^' ^^^ ^^^ ^^° assistants, John 

^AltlTgh' I^anza OUR ADVISOR: 
:xow the actio Mrs. Malatesta 

"alt too difficult. 

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mm^^T responses, their ac n^r-n u • • . . ^ ^ 

4^ ^ sb- oil .ofWHHo. ir, c.h ^^1^^^' w^^ IS in charge of print- 



While uiaiie »^odd ana Susan 
Howes are busy typing the articles 



she all activities in sch 



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Library 

U^el-e Die- 



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, , — =>. will be making the necessarv 

^'ear, can best represen ^ . , * iicv,coa«ij^ 

"It's a lot of fun ' ^^J^^ngements with the publisher. 

Hinghamites, c, ^"^ J^f meantime Maggie Farrell 

rg -^sure AndyWeisz will be giving the 

^^0^g Finance Editor, Debby Dougherty, 

— a hand by selling subscriptions. 

Ming up all these committees 
r-in-chief, 
e has an- 
g contest 
"•"ebruary. 
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held the 
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Hockey 



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won't roll in at Triphammer . . . jfmnp, oeware or a coup a eiai . . . -'/^ ^ -j' , -^i,^ Hmffham o 
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tion . . . What ^^' ^- ^""^y- ^ ^^^^' N- Winterbottom, R. Whittemore, D. Pyne, T. Glascock, C. Wall 



ti'on . . . What 
There has been a lot of voting going on lately am 
is miost int/eresting ; . . And N.P. HAS found th< 
Metrecal . . . What do you say we pass the hat an 
some individuality . . . Our apologies to you, Mr. 
you a happy birthday on November 10 . . . Ren 
written by fools like we / But only God or anoth 



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Plymouth Carver 
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The Tod Prixc^ 



Drama Club 



THESPIAN TROUPE 






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OFFICERS: Arthur, Judy, Ellin, Lois, 
Don 



First row: L. Riply, E. Glancy, D. Roberts, A. Paquette, J. Haynes 
Second row: C. Wall, D. Joubert, C. Shaughnessy, K. Condito, J. 
Edwards M. Wright, M. Menzies Third row: S. Berquist, K. 
Pratt, B. Chase, J. D'Allessandro, J. Lanza, Top row: J. Macomber, 
E. Shute, M. MacVicar, J. Jordan, J. Goff. 



A fall musical ... a smash hit . . . 
a lost script . . . frantic directors . . . 
excited actors ... a festival play . . . 
John Hancock Hall . . . make-up and 
cold cream ... a Thespian initiation . 



DRAMA CLUB 




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Qouth Pacific 




"Dites-moi, pourquoi . . . 



"Get the picture?!' 



'Younger than Springtime' 




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"(CENSORED!)" 




"Do they really call you Knucklehead Nellie?" 

Pictures by TOREY CAPPO 



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Athletic Service Club 




A hot cup of coffee . 
a cold hot dog . . . 
bottle caps . . . "One 
student ticket." . . . 
"Here's your change.' 
. . . halftime assault 
on the stand . . . 



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OFFICERS: Yvonne, Sally, Lucille, and 
Karen 



More effective than last 
year . . . loyal to the 
school . . . fourth string 
football team . . . strict 
attendance records . . . 
ever present spirit ... 







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H.H.9. Band 




OUR DIRECTOR: 
Mr. Thomas 




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Your guess is as good as mine!" 



Halftime shows ... 8 
steps to the 5-yard line 
. . . out of step victory 
marches ... a Christmas 
concert . . .practicing . . 
practicing . . . spring 
concerts ... turning 
in uniforms . . . 



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Debby 



HH9 Cheer 





Captain Coleen 



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leaders 



THE GANG 




Bottotn row: N. T. Pagleccia, R. Dwelley, C Shaugnessy, N. Poskus, D. Watson 
Top row: D. Lawrence, L. Bowen, M. Pericola, L. Hodgin 




Football games . . . 
sprained knees . . . 
rallies ... 5:30 AM 
initiations . . . 
basketball . . . laryngitis 
. . . hockey games . . . 
cold feet . . . long rides 
home . . . spring tryouts 
. . . glad they're on 
our side . . . 



'I said HEY!' 



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Major 









Norma 




Connie 




Maureen 



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Bottom row: G. Linscott, Mascot, N. Wakeling, 

Top row: J. Wall, J. Haynes, C. Belaja, P. Gramer, M. Joyce, B. Inglis, J. Garritty, L. Wallace, S. Burkell. 



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ettes 




Shape up 




Loyal to the teams . . . 
Leading victory 
marches ... a click of the 
heels . . . flying batons . . 
a plume . . . 



Does she or doesn't she . . . have an elastic? 






Pat 



OUR ADVISOR: Miss Butterfield 
Social Studies Dept. Head 



Gail 



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The spirit 
descends 



Rallies . . . SpiHf 



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Second string cheerleaders 




Which one painted the goalposts 



Mr. Anderson gets in his 
20 minutes . . . 




Ruff tuff powderpuff 



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Hm 



Homecoming: Many Things to IMany People 




A football game . . . half-time 
ceremony ... a coronation . . . 
tears ... red roses ... a dance 



"I dare you!' 




The line up 




The»Queen and her court 



... a surprise football score . . 
the spirit returns , . . 
Spanish royalty in the court . . . 
a fine game to the finish ! 




Chris 



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Hingham High 




CO-CAPTAIN, Scott Allen 



BACK 




BACK 



Steve 
Carlson 




END 



Steve Delaney 
TACKLE 




GUARD 



Steve Leary 
CENTER 




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Ron Hutchins 




Ed Fitzgerald 




Bob Studley 



Football Team 




BACK 



CO-CAPTAIN, Don Shea 




Dave Haggerty 




Ron Zurcher 



Dick MacKenzie 



Bob Harlow 



GUARD 




TACKLE 



END 






Jay Marr 



Jeff Stoddard 



Tom Bellew 



George Metzger 



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Hingham 18 

Hingham 20 

Hingham 

Hingham 12 

Hingham 7 

Hingham 20 

Hingham 20 

Hingham 



'Punts - .4 2«r- ^^rfs ar^; 

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Rockland 20 1% ^n f^ 

Matignon 14 Aa q^^;;^^^ f 

Abington 6 ed^^l^s^vl 

Stoughton 6 fe a^"" 

Scituate 6 * -i 

North Quincy ■»14 ^ ^1% 

Cathedral ^V^ 

Cambridge Latin 6 

Newton South 35 •i 




Iwo Jima revisited? 
Fitz a Marine? 



thijyj j^^gi Fitz a Marine? 



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'Thanks a lot, Del!" 



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♦ ^ In the beginning there was nothing, and they said, "Let there be Shea." And from the chaos came 

a bandaged tackle and he was called Allen. Metzger, Hutchins, and Studley entered the flock and 
/ they were joined by Leary, Delaney, Stoddard and Fitz. From the ranks of the underlings came Losordo, 
Nickerson, Coughlin and Staehr. And soon there was a great multitude. At first they labored for six 
days and rested on the seventh. Shea and Allen breathed life and spirit into the group and they were 
united under one roof — they became a winning team. 












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1! against RocKxana oaturaay. rrom row, fr- - -- --- '"^m le.., .0 ^» , -'ed Abbadessa, Bob C 

u .nd. Tom Staehr, Greg Nickerson. John Pa ^^''°" ^^^^Vl'^Z'r ''''"' d Don Shea. (Photos by Danny Goshtigian) 




Field 



Linda 




Kerin 




Longer drives . . . 
"Sticks!" . . . bruises . . . 
exciting games . . . 
field hockey with a 
Canadian touch . . . 
OLD COLONY LEAGUE 
CHAMPS!!!! ... 




First row: S. Helyer, D. Cay, L. Manchester. Second row: J. Williams, S. 
Saunders, K. McNulty, S. Hoedtke, P. Reardon, Third rotv: H. Kahler, D. 
Zildijjian, C. McPherson, D. Hoss, T. Glasscock, B. Long. 





OUR COACH 

Miss Phinney 
Physical Ed. 



Coach and captgin 



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Henrietta 




First row: L. Clark, J. Gustafson, C. Zildijian, Second row: C. Johnson, M. 
Eagen, A. Blaisdell, R. Jarvis, N. Farrell, Third row: L. Breckenridge, F. Morris, 
L. Trowbridge, D. McLearn, D. Noble. 



Pat 




SEASON'S RECORD 



OUR CAPTAIN: 
Craigie 



Hingham 1 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 7 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 4 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 1 

Hingham 5 

Hingham 4 



Rockland 2 

Rockland 2 

Middleboro 1 

Middleboro 1 

Plymouth Carver . . 
Plymouth Carver . . 

Silver Lake 

Silver Lake 

Abington 2 

Abington 1 

Whitman-Hanson ... 
Whitman-Hanson . . .0 




Sue 



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H.H.9. Soccer 





Dave, CAPTAIN 



Coach Conners 



Soccer ... a void . . . then . . . run faster ... cut in toward that goal . . . George, get that knee down 
. . . Stan, you're going to be an All-Scholastic . . . The first year was rough, the team fought hard, but lost 
to more accomplished opponents . . . this, the second year, found the team in the South Shore League . . . 
they copped fourth place — what one year will do ! ... It was a great year ! 



THE TEAM 




First row: P. Richards, K. Dugan L. Scarri, S. Mitchell, B. Urguhart, D. Gianferante, E. Corea, G. McCrae, G. Enghdahl, Second 
row: W. Mann, D. MacLean, P. Manning, T. Kustka, M. Jellos, S. Nickerson, B. Chase, D. Smith, Third row: R. St. George, J. 
Macomber, D. Eldredge, M. Davis, C. Mitchell, K, Bent, J. Hoxie, S. Holmes, J. Simpson 



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SEASON'S RECORD 



Hingham . 
Hingham . 
Hingham . 
Hingham . 
Hingham . 
Hingham . 
Hingham. 



,0 N. Quincy .... 3 

. 1 Avon 

, 1 Quincy 

, 1 Sharon 5 

. So. Shore Voc. . . 

. 2 Norwell 1 

. 1 Duxbury 



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Stan and Brian 




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N. Quincy 3 

Avon 

Quincy 3 

Sharon 3 

So. Shore Voc. . . 

Norwell 1 

Duxbury 2 




Stuart 



Pete 



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1965 
Cross-Country 




Captain Dick Webber 




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C. Spalding, D. Carnes, T. Condon, R. Webber, R. LaFond, M. Sullivan, S. Carpenter, T. Belyea. 




Joggers short on wins — High in spirit ! 
Weaving in and out of mudpuddles . . . 
the Circuit . . . always trying ... an 8 man 
team . . . 



Coach Magner 



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Team Coache9 




Mr.. Walt Anderson, Mr. Robert Magner, Mr. Harvey Fischler, Miss Sandra Phinney, Mr. Robert Willett, Mr. John 
Barker, Mr. Gordon Bates. 



Spirit and sportsmanship . . . cooperative efforts . . . leadership . . . pushing for 
victories . . .'encouraging words ... a pat on the back ... a push in the right direc- 
tion ... 



Team Captains 




First row: Ken Smith, Coleen Shaughnessy, Susan Hoedkte, Leslie Olsen, Craigie Zildijian, Norman Dresser Second row: 
Dave Eldridge, Dickie Webber, Don Shea, Bill Smith, Scott Allen, Joel Brebbia, Dick MacKenzie. 



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ACT II— WINTER . . . 

"Think Snow!" . . . 

School is at its full pace . . . 
Teams are on the ice . . . 




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A little more worry about college . . . 
"When will college board scores be in ?' 




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Selling bus tickets during lunch 




Boots, scarves and mittens every morning 




A new tradition started . . 

Awareness of the needs 

of those around us . . 




A late bus and the tardy bell . 

"Where do I sign up for 
scholarships?" . . . 

Everyone is trying to raise 
money . . . 

The hockey team battles for 
first place . . . 



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A music festival at 
H.H.S. . . . 

Senior awards . . . 

Cramming for midyears 

Teachers prepare for 
early seniorities . . . 



Everyone helps to make Hingham High a better school 



A Friday night basketball game . . . 
Where is Bohemia New York ? ? ? ? 
English research papers . . . 





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A Non-profit Educational Association 

MAJOR BARBARA 




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What's the capital of 
Upper Volta??? . . 




Library passes with 
spHt personahties 



Clubs gain extra members for yearbook pictures 



Everyone prays for 
snow and the 5 5 
blast at 7:00 A.M. 



Skies are waxed for February 
vacation . . . 




June is so far away 



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Qophomore Leaders 



Confused . . •. apprehensive ... 
eager to learn . . . big adjustments 
to make . . . sophomore "breaks" . 
just give them a couple of years . . 



Officers 





ADVISOR: 

Mr. Viscarolasaga 



President: Robert Leary, Vice- 
President: Thomas Kustka, Secre- 
tary: Cheryl Wolley, Treasurer: 
Deborah Brown. 



Executive Board 




First row: Ellen Goff, Barbara Thomas, Deborah Brown, 
Cheryl Wolley, Laurie Clark, Second row: Francis Morris, 
Kathy Early, Randy Jarvis, Third row: Mark Leahy, 
Charles Vickory, Peter Rice, Martha Price, Top row: 
Robert Leary, and Thomas Kustka. 



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Junior* Leaders 

Executive Board 




First row: Regina Dwelley, Wendy Potter, Linda Chase, Donna Nickerson, Richard Morris, Second row: 
Lucille Emerick, Julie Gustafson, Betty Clark, Carol Harter, Thomas Belyea, Third row: Susan Taylor, Karen 
Landry, and Richard Raitt. _^ mm. 

Officers 



Learning . . . ? ? 
Improving . . . ? ? 

Gaining more privileges . . . ?. 
Anyway, they are trying . . . 





President: Richard Morris, 
Vice President: Linda Chase, 
Secretary: Regina Dwelley, 
Treasurer: Julie Gustafson 



ADVISOR: Mr. Ernst 



Debating Club 




ADVISOR: 

Mrs. Howard 



Front row: D. Ferguson, M. Harrison, R. Forter, Mrs. Howard, R. Winterbottom; Back row: 
C. Delaney, R. Morris, A. Lyons, C. Harter, J. Delaney, R. Freidland. 



Art Club 




ADVISOR: 

Miss Suzedell 



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Library 9taff 




First row: R. Yantiss, M. Crable, L. Riply, C. Campbell, A. Hoezel Second row: J. Edwards, 
B. Long, D. Yalenezian, N. Hoelshen, L. Miller, S. Engstrom, C. Golden, R. Argiro, M. Mar- 
chano, J. McPartland Top row: C. Cocharan, B. Kustka, S. St. George, E. McCracken, J. 
Nicholson, N. Winterbottom, B. Mann, J. Delaney. 



Checking off 
passes ... in the 
world of books . . 
closed conference 
rooms . . . new 
environment . . . 
a welcome change 
... an overdue 
book . . . 



Miss Glidden 
LIBRARIAN 



Math and Qcience Club 




Mrs. Larson 
MATHEMATICS 



E=MC2 . . . 
the future 
Einsteins . . . 
experiments in 
lab . . . 




First row: C. Harter, S. Devoe, P. Glass, Second row: C. Snell, C. Atkinson, J. 
Lanza, A. Paquette, D. Ferguson, W. Glass, R. Stein, Third row: A. Bacon, J. 
Delaney, R. Winterbottom, S. Martindale, B. Shirmer, D. DeBeard, T. Delaney, 
R. Freidland, J. Gillespie, R. Filers. 



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9ki Club 




Shush . . . weather forcast: no snow 
November thru March . . . 
Slalom . . . 

Paralleling . . . sand skiing . 
substitute films . . . 
ADVISOR: Miss Garelick 



Photography Club 




permission 
to use the 
dark room ? ? ? 
capturing 
memories . . . 



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A.F.8. Club 



officers 



An interest in personalities 
abroad . . . making plans for our 
exchange students . . . organizing 
A.F.S. weekends . . . Junior Year 
interviews for the summer or 
winter program abroad . . . 




President: Nancy Winterbottom 
Vice President: Janet Goff 
Treasurer: David Eldridge 
Secretary: Joan Wright (missing) 




1 965 Qemifinalists 



1 965 Finalists 




A Stt!' N- Winterbottom, J. Goff, N. Pratt, M. Carter, S. Leary, Missing: J. Wright, Nancy Winterbottom Steve Leary Missing: 
A. Peterson, R. Whittemore ^ Ricky Whittemore Joan Wright 

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Sieve in Turkey 



I will always remember my summer in Iskenderum, Tur- 
key. The palms, mosques, boats, and especially the people 
made it the greatest experience of my life. 



The spicy food . . . Sunday trips across the 
mountains on narrow roads with treacherous 
slopes either side . . . 




A Turkish 
birthday party 



The gang at Iskende- 
rum's "Donovans" (pool 
hall) 



Swimming off the fishing boats anchored in 
the harbor . . . Volleyball and Soccer games 
in the late afternoon ... A blistering temp- 
erature of 100° ... A night with my family 
at the Cinema . . . 

Finally, after six wonderful weeks, 
I started my journey back to America. 



A special variety of Turk bread — "No, I didn't 
bake it." 



46 



Mai in Amenca 



f^m 




Papa holding me, his little girl?? Yes, 
that's me — some time ago. 



f'^-^'-'-'V 'SSS«: 




The summer of 1961 with my Mama and my three sis- 
ters at one of the sunny beaches of Barcelona. 



This year I swapped my Spanish Papa, Mama, and three sisters for a New England Daddy, Mom, sister, brother 
. . . and a French Poodle. Many things were strange to me here: the language, school, American Football, ice hockey, 
water and snow skiing, the habit of always driving never walking, the food — like corn on the cob — and the mealtimes. 

Not strange to me were . . . the people. 

I still can't realize what a wonderful experience it has been to me . . . and all thanks to A.F.S. and to the 
great people in Hingham ! 



. . . and in Hingham 





Cutting my first Jack-o-lantern. Isn't it "beeuutiful?' 



Everyone but me knew that I was going to get a 
very special phone call . . . from SPAIN! ! ! 



^ 



.iiiiiiiiiiiHiniuH!!' 
iiiiii iiiiiiiiiiinmn 

IIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIHIHn 

iiiiiM iiiiiiiiil!!!!!!!! 




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Captain Joel Brebbia 



All-Star Center Steve O'Reilly 



R. Wing Baldo Lazzenni 



.U4IUHliitUiiH»i4«llii*iH!*'"4'*Hi 






Defenseman Ron Hutchins 



Left wing Dick MacKenzie 



P 















Center Frank Lineberry 



Right wing Rick Jope 



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^tttm^auaaaiim 



Patriot Ledger Staff Writer 

WALPOLE - A tie game 
many times cau.sfis miYfvf pmo- 

tions. 

For H 
fiockey 
Shore Le 
Feated C 
urday a 
Arena w 
and hear 

"I fee 
(Memori; 
?ame," 
Walt An 
iidn't sc 
jpportuni 

On the 



good position to qualify for the 

State Tournament. T ■ - ■ ,«« 

bormen meet King Phi H£) |trini«rinOrk ^ 

ing a tie or a win t. ttarUUnUf^n ... 

Tuesday. 



League 
L T P Gf Ga 



period and Paul Thornton 
scored with an assist from Sci 

Steve Matthews in the final 
period. south < 

Thornton, the liiehest career 



e 




good aro 
has i: 
ts for 14 
t'ho didn 
/ last year, 
three assists for 1 



r^-^ 



Hingham-Memor "Hey, look guys — I found it!' 
The full return of detens 
oger Emerson aided Hin 
I getting the tie. 
Emerson, who played p< 
.st week's aame after m 






c3 



I'oid; Ford 


rd, 


-.^ey League 




G A 


P 


orial 13 12 


25 


norial . 12 12 


24 


on 12 11 


23 


al 11 8 


19 


ham 5 13 


18 



rd; Garretson, g. 

" mrra FBrloa — 

Scoring — Ashley (Brown, UeBISnc) 
6:27; Reidy (Albrecht, Huber) 8:45. 
BROCKTON 2, KING PHILIP 1 

BROCKTON — DiMarzio, Iw; Callow, 
c; Cassidy, rw; Cobb,ld; O'Brien, rd; 
Walsh, g. 

Brockton Spares — Colarusso, Zab- 

tt. 



Ifl, 



II; 



rl- 



re Ray Lawrence hs 
ring the second line 
laid "He's a good al 
ckey player." Lav 
five g( 
10 point Because only Goalie Dave Garretson returned from last year's starting lineup, not too much was expected from 

?s on I the '66 HHS Hockey Team. But the hockey season was the football season all over again. The team, dominated 
who' wil by seniors, battled to a 9-3-1 record and a respectable third place finish in the South Shore Hockey League. They 
iltemat< hustled, fought, and scrapped for every goal and every win. 

. They lost three games, but the complexion of one of those games could have been easily changed if Hingham 

"He ne had "just gotten the breaks". 

Although the successful season resulted from team work, several players received special recognition for their ^ id- 
efforts. Captain Joel Brebbia, played a consistent high-scoring game from his left wing position. All-Star center )n, 
Steve O'Reilly led the team in overall scoring and was fifth in the league standings. Right wing Baldo Lazzerini . 
topped the team in total goals. Steve Leary, who played defensive for the fijrst time this year, did well enough to 
be named to the All-Star team. Ray Lawrence, the league's outstanding sophomore, also won All-Star status. L 
Dave Garretson allowed fewer goals than any other goalie in the league. Hingham had a fine hockey team , 
this year and everyone who saw them knows it ! 



; out th« 
11 wou' 
alie Gee 
neberry 
1 Hines, 
1, and 
jteve C< 



ai 



By Earl LaChance 



Joel Brebbia had a badly cut 
eye. At the time, they were the 



Garretson, a senior with three 
years of experience, has star^ 
in goal for the Harbormen for 




we ha'l to rneet Williams and 
Memorial during the Chnstmas 
' -ition under the existing 
50 litions," said Hingham 
^vaoh Walt Anderson. Steve 
nalv was out si«k and Captain 



ieno "Well, just don't stand there! 
Gar: . . 

ing lettermen." said Anderson, 
"so I am quite satisfied with 
our success." 



lould help us a lot in tne 
■ urnament. He has a tremen- 
uous shot and is a good 

Vigneau, out for five weeks as 



the result of a chipped bone in 
his neck suffered in the first 
Memorial game, came bacK, 
-"1" to be injured again, wes 
ig again, however, and 
rson expects him to be m 
shape for the tournament. 
Tently, Anderson is using 
U-senior first line ledj)y 
r Steve O'Reilly. Brebbia 
Baldo Lazzerini, a transfer 
nt from Boston College 
, are the wings. 
'Reilly is the key to feis 
' said Anderson. His 
endous skating ability is 
biggest asset. He played 
} last season but this is his 
full year of play." 
[leilly is fifth in the scoring 
and his total of six goals 
13 assists shows his play- 
ing ability. 

feel that Brebbia, who was 
~i for two and one-^half weeks 
with his eye injury, has had ms 
play affected by the layoff, 
said Anderson. "Lazzenm has 
developed into our top scorer. 



He's rcaf 
Lazzeri 

three as; 
Brebbia, 
the van 
goals ari 
points. 

Sophor 
been cer 
Andersoi 
around 
rence h; 
assists f 

The w 
Daly, a 
Geof Gil 
Coughlin 
er posit i 

"Daly 
Anderso 
out ther 

Rount 
bound 
reserve 
Frank 
wing; - 
defense 
fensem 



€M ^ka2"-thejce ^„aii Sll 




"1. 

could be rough — it skates 
three lines and has good depth 
— but they played like they 
sbould. We moved the puck well 
atid shot when we were sup- 
pbsed to." 

^he first line of center Kevin 
Ajiearn _(_w;ha ^corerf four eoaic 



two periods. Kevin was ■ 
by Carrigan and Ketley 
first score and Carrigan 
second. 

Gasbarro opened the 
period scoring with his 
goal, assisted by Jim 
worth and Dick Leahy. 



asaisiea 



third- 
second 

Edge- 
Aheam 



uy ivay ijawicirv,-c aim 

an Roger Emerson; 

3aldo Lazzerini on the 

goal and he and Laz- 

assisted center Steve 

O'Rielly on the third. 

Lawrence scored the next two 
goals for the Harbohnen. Ray, 
who also iassisted Steve Halv nn 



O solo mio." 

"'^ second 
zerini 



ing 

ind 

wiiuaiiis uaii mavi-amdm also 

scored unassisted to end the 
first period scoring. 

Defenseman Kevin Ryan 
scored a second-period goal 
assisted by Bob Hall before Bill 
Colarusso scored Brockton's 
first goal with an assist from 

fvniAr T\nn Cji.}\n-uu _ _ . 



SCORES 



J Hingh^m 5 

Hingham 6 

|l Hingham 1 

Hingham 

^ Hingham 

^1 Hingham 7 

] ■' Hingham 4 

^ Hingham 11 

e Hingham 4 

^ 0' Hingham 2 

I ii Hingham 2 

^ Hingham 1 

[^^ Hingham 6 

Hingham 2 

j»e 

[ gham victory with one goal 

I tv^^o assists. 

' emorial and Williams were 
I victorious in Tuesday's 
I on. Kevin Ahearn's four 
I es, coupled with two by 
' , Kelley and another pair 
' Jim Gasborro accounted for 

eight of C.M.'s points in its 

tout of Canton. 

ack Edwards scored three 
Is to lead Williams over 
ckton, 6-3. Don Gallow 
istered twice for Brockton. 



Scituate 1 

Brockton 



Weymouth ^ 



Wilhams 1 

CM 2 

King Philip 

Canton 

Scituate 

Brockton 2 

Weymouth 

Williams 4 

CM 1 

King Philip 

Canton 



gerly, J. KellTher. 

Catholic Memorial _ _ _ 

Goals — Ah«arn 4, Kelley 2. Gas- 
borro 2. 

Assists — Carrigan 3, Kelley 2, Edge- 
worth, Leahy, Ahearn. 




a tie 

H)UtJl 



Williai 

"During tH 



~ " DlM»fzlo, . ru; Cobb, Id; 

"Hey guys, you missed it!" '^' Walsh^ a. 



STANDINGS 



.. Mem. 
iams 
Cham 
on 



mouth 
kton . 
late 
t Philip 



W 
.10 
. 9 
. 9 
. 6 
. 4 
. 4 
1 
1 



Pts. GF GA 
23 63 13 
21 30 
19 4!! 
14 30 
11 22 
9 30 
4 18 
11 



IINGHAM 6, KING PHILIP 

NGHAM— G. Garretson; rd 
^ft^ia T^arv- r- D'RpiUv 



we haven't Been patting our 
lines together as well as we 
did today," said Williams Coach 
Frank Quinn after the game. 



WILLIAMS 6, BROCKTON S 

WILLIAMS— G, Fitzsimmons: rd.hearn, 
Gately; Id, Huber: c, Macponald; rw.fi, rd; 
Albrecht; Iw, Reidy. Spares— J. Ed- 
wards, B. Edwards, HaU, Ryan. Cof-' 

^"^BilOCKTON-G, Walsh: Id. O'Brien: fl;T,;^l^ 'j'^'^'^'dwlrds 
rd, Cobbs: c. Callow: Iw, DiMarzio: (Colarusso^ 7.10, J. Eowaras 
rw, Colarusso. Spares — Zabloski. Cas- :25 
sidy, Parker, Withey, Freer. 



Zabloski/ Cas&ldy, 
1-aiK.CT, Withey, Freer. 

First Ptrlod 
Sc6rlr>g — J. Edwards (Un) 2:21; 
MacOonald (Un) 6:SS. 

Stcend Ptrled 
Scoring — Ryan (Hall) 4:35; Cola- 



ipw in~aic~nrst uivisivH 



Scituate 8+a+e Hockey Tournament 



Haley, rw; 
-AArMnrrasu. 



Williams 2 2 2—6 

Brockton .0 2 1—3 „„„. 

Goals — J. Edwards 3. CaUow 2./ gOaiS uj- r^^^^a.. «"" 
Colarusso, Reidy, Ryan, Macponald.(,Qp,j,ied ScitUate tO itS tie^ 
Assits— Cobb 2, Callow, Colarusso,^«»''^*=" '^*;. "J'' 
Gately, Cadigan, Hall, MacDonald. ) SCOred a first-|: HINGHAM 4 

WEYMOUTH "sT SCITUATE 2 ed by Joc Tibbel . ,r-^"-- 

WEYMOUTH— G, McMorrow: rd .gring ''^' "lobets, 

Glynn; Id, DeLuca; c. Callahan: rw,' . ,, . , ,,, 

Haley; Iw, Reynolds. Spares— Heffer-jr in the pcnOd; vV 
stl-ong^'"'*^' ^°'°"^°- Whitney. Arm-^.^ ^^^.^ Whitney tied 

SCITUATE— G, Field: Id, Ford: rd, assisted by Mike Losordo 

Tibbetts: c, Ashley: Iw, LeBlanc: rw, aaai»i.cu "J ru,r,n 

Brown. Spares— Grip, Thomas. Dorr.efenSCman ROSS Cilynn, 

'^¥cor4 by periods: 1 2 3 Tl.V a SCOrelcSS SCCOnd 

STe"'^- •••.•.■ ■•.•.••• \ l=ii- Jim Heffernan gave 

Goals— Grip (2), Whitney. Hrffer-iQuth the lead When he 



rers 



DeLuca/ Id; 



<ORE HOCKEY LEAGUE 



BEVERLY 6 



.W; Ford, rd; 



FOURTH OVERTIME 



Km-lnan. Assists — Losordo (2), Glynn,]- , ..„„ occictcrl U\r 
rw. Tibbetts. ^ 31 4.// aSSlbiea U\ 



First Ftnoo 

— Grip (Tibbetts) 
Losordo, Glynn) 4:24. 

Stcond Period 
Ing. 

Third Ptriod 
— Heffernan (Losordo) 4:27; 
i:?i 



Mamerial 
Igan, Memorial 
, Brockton 
. Mamorial 
My, Hingham 
', Mtmorlal 

.>n U/avmnuth 

Photos by "" 

KIM HOBBS 



tse, Brockton 
, Hingham 
tan. Canton 
■ten. Canton 

■',iA Kr/irUtAn 



6 


A Pfs. 


U 




30 


12 




27 


14 




U 


13 






6 






10 






7 






11 






♦ 






10 






5 






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7 






7 






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,,, — j"'w^i»i.i*^'ft8j>- jg 




Cocapt ^' i 

Ken Smith 



Dave MacLeod 



John Briggs 



Brian Urquhart 



B"? 




Barker's Ballet??? 



The '66 HHS hoopsters simply lacked 
experience. Only four seniors returned, and 
only one of them was a letterman . . . 

The accent, needless to say, was directed 
upon the younger generation. . . . we're 
building. 



Every little bit helps 




It's a bird, it's a plane, it's 



Head and Shoulders above all the rest. 



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GiHs Basketball 




VARSITY 



Hingham. . 


. .22 


Hingham. . 


..34 


Hingham. . 


..48 


Hingham. . 


..24 


Hingham. . 


. .28 


Hingham. . 


..45 


Hingham. . 


..49 


Hingham. . 


. .17 


Hingham. . 


..26 


Hingham . . 


. .37 


Hingham. . 


. .28 


Hingham. . 


. .28 



Whitman Hanson .... 71 
Whitman Hanson .... 57 

Abington 40 

Abington 31 

Middleboro 55 

Middleboro 35 

Thayer 37 

Rockland 48 

Rockland 56 

Plymouth Carver .... 20 
Plymouth Carver .... 55 
Silver Lake 32 



Enthusiasm as a reward . . . 

Determination as a foundation . . 

Miss Phinney as coach . . . 

Oranges as a special treat at 
half time . . . 




Rosie 



Marcy 



Dorothy 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 



Hingham 10 

Hingham 28 

Hingham 17 

Hingham 12 

Hingham 8 

Hingham 9 

Hingham 16 

Hingham 23 

Hingham 16 

Hingham 13 

Hingham 9 

Hingham 18 

Hingham 13 



Whitman Hanson .... 46 

Whitman Hanson .... 39 

Abington 11 

Abington 22 

Middleboro . 22 

Middleboro 11 

Thayer 15 

Rockland 21 

Rockland 36 

Wareham 19 

Plymouth Carver .... 25 

Plymouth Carver 16 

Silver Lake 



COACH PHINNEY 




Pam 



Eileen 



Susan 



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ACT III— SPRING . . . 

Juniors prepare to move to the front of the Auditorium 
Thoughts turn to Graduation . . . 




Plans are made for 
the future . . . 
Final acceptances 
come through the 
mail . . . 



Boys travel the Heritage 
Trail once more . . . 
and the girls barely 
make it around the track 



once 




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Forging library passes 
becomes more difficult 
Senioritis comes on 
strong . . . 





Prom Committees are 
frantic . . . 

Senior nerves become 
frazzled . . . 



The final 2:30 bell sounds . . . 
See you at the "Moon Hilton" 
for the 1976 reunion . . . 




57 



Blue Hawaii 




Greeting the chaperones 




just a peek . 



That special moment 




58 



the queen's court 





meet the 
King and 
Queen . . 



Chris and Steve 



here we are 




Pegasus 





Front row: J. Gustafson, B. Clark, A. Sheffield, A. Wiez, 
M. Henderson, M. Menzies, P. Robinson, Back row: S. 
Engstrom, D. Daugherty, P. Holthaus. 



Outstanding 
authors . . . 
good publicity . 
writing contests 




EDITOR: Polly 



ADVISOR: Miss Finn 



A Study of 
current affairs 
. . . controver- 
sial issues . . . 
a search for 
an opportunity 
to serve . . . 



Qocial Action Group 




Front row: M. Christopher, C. Golden, S. Engstrom, K. Maclssac, L. Norton, A. Hoelzel, Back 
row: Miss Garelick, Advisor, P. Robinson, D. Miller, J. Reynolds, Mrs. Howard, Advisor. 



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Dance Band 




Orchestra 



The great Dorsey 
sound . . . promising 
musicians . . . 
Monday afternoon 
rehearsals . . . 




ADVISOR: Mr. Thomas 



A hew score 
string re- 
hearsals . . . 
a spring 
Pops concert 




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Baseball 



Jjgt^k-!- .t^itf^V — Tl 



S W g H^^-M',,.- 



^si^.,ir--iLJUr^-, iwmm^i'rw ,h' .-'- -a 




Acnuie laKing turns. ivic^Nuity 
has started, but as Bates points 
out, "Fred looks good and will 
definitely help us." Achilles is a 
transfer from Archbishop Wil- 
liams. 

Described by Bates as a 
"little ball of fire" is Second 
Baseman Bob Petrie. Says the 
coach of his other senior cocap- 
tain, "He really hustles and 
Bob has tremendous spirit. He 
and Adolfson are the real team 
leaders." 

Doug McLean will spell for 
Petrie when the occasion arises. 

Third base has Peter Bickford 



eic wno 
part of 
is utili 
Dresser, 
alternatt 
short," 
break ir 
Roam 
ball hit 
Dick N 
Peter S 
was th 



f^uaers toe 



both came through for J5. 11 
whole team hustled all t] 
way." 



WABEHAM 8 
ABK 

Arudt, ct 
Banks, 3b 
Nolan, If 
Peters'n, c 
Hayden. rf 
Lak«, p 
Beue. lb 
Houd'lte, H 
Toole, u 
Lewis, p 
Cardoza, 3b 




lb 
w 
h€' 

i ■ . 
1 

la 

hiiaaeipina 
amed to 90-8. • 
third period. 
ays had the - 
>ton threatened 
— Lm 



njniur ».»-— — -— . 

idded 20 for the wii 
Tom Sanders taL 
)ace the Ceiits and t 



,»X0\ Str»*»el. lb 1 
1 AeO" p \ Maxwtll, ef 3 



^oC'^vVe 



)ace the i^mvs aiiu t >- ^^ r^^^V at^ 
lad 22. It was RusseL -^^i V^ !^ ^° ^\» 
oj the final six nun> »o>^"t'^ccVo°^^e '"^ 
brought Boston back i ^^p ^ ^»^ 
tention. Sam Jones Vloot^'u^^^t 

the Wamips yec^fyed.'a t '%d.i^\^'^\ 
: pitching performance frc 'P'^vdVt oxv^Ia 
defeated Right-Hander Joh s^^* .x^»s.^aW^^ 
ute and pounded out 20 hit. '^°-^\<^ -^^ , 

[nclud! Outfielder Tony Cartwright ^*^ 








UtVti LAKI 1 

AfeRI 
F'rw'tt'r.Jb S » 
StraMel, lb 1 1' 
1 



; 




a 

t 

•' 
• 



Wlleoi. rf 3 

Vail, c 3 

,'nln(. P 3 

Q««lun. If 3 
n'ldson,3b 3 

>UU 2t 

0' 4 8 «• 

> \,0 • » 

*, \\8 • • 

0*y Brady ! 
7 u. JlaU 






gthe 
3hn S 

Hute Infielder Doug Maclean 









ke £ 

:Yvv>'?f^cv-^a 



4 r 



• 

I 

Perry 

srry 4. Winning 

Pitcher Perry. 



Pitcher Allan Bartlett 

long ball, ahd, 
comes around, 
•e couid win the league." 

Last season, the Harbormen 
'on the Old Colony title with an 
1-3 mark. The No. 2 hurler of 
ist year, Mike Gilbert, is now 
le. top starter for Bates. Mike 
itched four innings in Hing- 
am's non-league 8-1 victory 
ver Cohasset last Saturday and 
lie hard firing senior impressed 
is coach. 

"Mike gave up only one hit 
md one base on balls," said 
Jates of the 6-3, 190ipound right- 



1 ravers 
)64 sea 

As mi 
are end 
Billy A( 
er, hit . 
couldn't 
the seni 

"He : 
player, 
that sui 
his abil 
ers. He 
the clul: 
help th< 

Backi 
Leary, 
varsity 

First 



larborm 




en loiiOTi 



63 



Track Team 





Glenn Thompson 



Dick Webber 




Steve O'Reilly 




Rick Daugherty 



Tennis Team 




Standing: D. Eldridge, A. MacGregor, A. Raitt, R. Freidland 
Seated: J. Stillman, J. Stokes 




'^^& 



MR. BARRETT 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 



MR. BARRETT 

A smile for everyone he knows . . . and he knows 
everyone . . . planning all the schedules . . . attend- 
ing every game . . . "The letters will be in tomor- 
row, boys" . . . clean uniforms and shiny equipment 
. . . "When do we get new jerseys, Mr. Barrett?" 
. . . "Hey Mr. Barrett, how about a new infield?" 
. . . the man behind every team and every win . . . 
"Hi boys!" 



65 



Hingham- 
Exch 




Fourth rou>: A. MacGregor, A. Peterspn, P. Lombardo, J. Stoddard, G. McGinn Third row: S. Waynen, R. Sparrow, A. Bartlett, 
J. Tondorf, J. Briggs, B. Chase Second row: Mr. Farris, E. Moran, M. Menzies, F. Szado, N. Pratt, S. Howes, S. Bedford, L. 
Norton, Miss Butterfield First row: J. Glancy, E. Shute, S. Johnson, S. Keeler, S. Lane, B. Craig, N. DeHart, S. Gilyard 



On February 9, 1966, a welcoming assembly . . . 

27 kids with funny accents run around the halls with tons of luggage 
"Ronknkoma??????" ... 

Uneeda buses and trips to Sturbridge and Boston . . . 
Bunker Hill Monument in the rain . . . 




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"What do you mean they're not coming?' 



"Our group has 43% fewer night's sleep.' 



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Connetquot 
ange 




Third row: T. Laxer, M. Walsh, N. Caerpenter, J. Levecchi, P. O'Brien, M. Tassoni, S. Kazakowitz, L. Graham, B. Zajac, V. 
Riordan Second row: Mr. Maloney, D. Pickering, E. Clampett, J. Soper, D. Ketchum, I. Grier, S. Coad, H. Mandel, E. Szynaka, 
H. Erb, Miss Matthias First row: J. Dempsey, S. Ulman, G. Sick, R. Reimels, T. Inniss, D. Gardner, A. Hendrickson, S. Drake 



"Closed" parties . . . 

A dinner given by the parents . . . Tears, yawns and a farewell assembly 
The shortest week in history . . . Wait till Hingham hits Connetquot ! 




"Watch your Emily Post, dear!" 




'Is it alive!!???' 




"Is this a ventral or a dorsal dis- 



section?" 



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The curtain has fallen on our 

high school years . . . the end of 

our Senior Year has come . . . 

A termination of trifling moments . . . 

anxieties . . . honors . . . 

We have so much to be proud of . . . 

teams of undying courage . . . 

classmates of ardent enthusiasm . . . 

new records . . . 

devoted leaders . . . 

loyal followers . . . 

outstanding achievers . . . 

A new curtain is about to rise 

before us . . . We are ready to walk upon 

a new stage . . . 

The paths of the world await our footsteps 

for we are the Seniors. 



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Mr. and Miss H.H.9. 

STEVE AND JAN 



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Gtudent Council 



Officers 



A talent show . . . 
money . . . money . . . 
a Battle of the Bands 





ADVISOR: Mr. Ricci 



President: Steve Leary 
Vice President: Jim Macomber 
Secretary: Kerin McNulty 



Meetings with parliamentary procedure . . . homecoming plans . . . accurate at- 
tendance records . . . suggestion box (?) ... the voice of the student. 



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Senior Executive Board 




Front row: M. Menzies, M. Christopher, N. Pratt, C. Travers, C. Belaja 
Back row: R. Webber, P. Holthaus, F. Kuhn, B. McNulty, D. Eldridge. 



A profit on the Snowball Dance . . . managing one of the richest classes in 
the history of HHS ... a Christmas tree meeting ... a Senior Banquet . . . 
a Prom . . . 





ADVISOR: Mr. Anderson 



President: Phil Holthaus 
Vice President: Fred Kuhn 
Secretary: Nancy Pratt 
Treasurer: Chris Travers 



Officers 



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FREDERICK MICHAEL ACHILLE 

"Fred" 
Usually seen putting a tiger in your 
tank or testing the one in his with a 
wild triumph. 
Baseball 2. 





STANLEY JOSEPH ALLGOR 

"Stan" 
"Look for me at the nearest argument 
— arguments are the fruit of life." 
Driver Training 1. 



JAMES SCOTT ALLEN 

"Clyde" 

Disownership 

Football 1, 2, 3. 




DIANE MARIE AMONTE 
"Diane" 
Usually seen at Baker's 
Archbearer 1; Chorus 1, 2; Student 
Secretary 3; Driver Training 1; Pep 
Club 1, 2. 





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PASQUAL ROBERT AMONTE 

"Robin" 



DAVID HILDRETH ARCHIBALD 

"Archie" 
"Heard melodies are sweet, but those 
unheard are sweeter." 
Harvard Book Award 2; National Hon- 
or Society 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, President 
3; Special Chorus 1, 2; South East Dis- 
trict, All State, New England Music 
Festivals; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Dance 
Band 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 
Club 1; Harborlight Staff 1, 3. 



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ROSEMARY ELIZABETH ARGIRO 

"Rosey" 
Remembered as the Leader of the Mafia 
Never Dies! 

Majorettes 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 2, 3; Graduation Usher 2; Driv- 
er Training 1; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Intramural Badminton 2; Year- 
book Staff 2, 3. 





ALLAN HENRY BARTLETT 

"Al" 
Driver Training 1; Connetquot Ex- 
change 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity H 
Club 3. 




ROBERT EDWARD BATTS 

"Whaler" 



ANN MARIE ATWATER 
Remembered for staying single . . . 
Art Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3; Student 
Secretary 3; Driver Training 2. 




MOST RESPECTED 

Mai and Bill 



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SALLY BEDFORD 

"Sally" 
"For I can't help but wonder where 
I'm bound . . . where I'm bound ..." 
Drama Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
A.F.S. Club 2, 3; Yearbook Business 
Staff 2, 3, Manager 3; Pep Club 3; 
Connequot Exchange 3. 



MOST VERSATILE 
Liz and Joel 




ADEYE BEFECADU 

"Adeye" 
"There is a pleasure in the pathless 
woods, There is a rapture on the lonely 
shore, There is society where none in- 
trudes. By the deep sea, and music in 
its roar." 

A.F.S. Exchange Student from Ethiopia; 
A.F.S. Club 3; Basketball 3. 





THOMAS JAMES BELLEW 

"Lefty" 
Football 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 1. 



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CONSTANCE ROSE BELAJA 

"Connie" 
"The warmness of a smile invites friend- 
ship." 

Majorettes 2, 3; Executive Board 1, 2, 
3; Junior Prom Committee 2; Gradua- 
tion Usher 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; High- 
way Editorial Staff 3; Student Secre- 
tary' 3; Varsity H Club 3; Badminton 
1; Softball 1; Driver Training 1. 




JEAN BERNAN 
"Jeannie" 
Usually heard saying, "Where's South- 
ie?" 

Student Secretary 3 Driver Training 
2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 




THERESA AGNES BLONDE 

""Teri" 

""Which will ring first, the telephone 
or the bell?" 

Archbearer 1; Student Secretary 3; 
Driver Training 1. 



JOHN PARKS BLAISDELL 

'"John" 

Chorus 1; Drama Club 1; Track 3; 
Art Club 1; Driver Training 2. 




DONNA MARIE BONELLI 

""Cleo" 
"... to do well in whatever life has 
in store for me." 

Basketball 1, 2; Softball 2, 3; Driver 
Education 1; Student Secretary 3; In- 
tramural Badminton 1, 2. 





KATHLEEN ANNE BOWSER 
"Kathy" 
Usually seen at the Surf . . . 
Student Secretary 3; Library Service 
Club 2, 3. 



LEE CORY BOWEN 
"'Lee" 
"Oh, MAI Goodness!" 
Junior Prom Committee 2; Junior Prom 
Attendant 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; 
A.F.S. Club 3; Ski Club 2; French 
Club 2; Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3; Girls Tennis 1, 2, 3; Varsity H 
Club 1, 2, 3. 



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MICHAEL JAMES BRADLEY 
"Brad" 
"THE SHAME is not in having sported, 
but in having been broken of the sport." 
Transfer from Quincy High School, 
Quinqf, Mass. Football 1; Boys Bas- 
ketball 1; Boys Tennis 2; Golf 1, 2; 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 





RUTH ELLEN BREEN 
"Boo" 
"Conquering, holding, daring, ventur- 
ing as we go the unknown ways ..." 
Debating Club 3;, Secretary 2; Driver 
Training 2; Basketball 1; Hi-Way Busi- 
ness Staff 3. 



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JOEL PETER BREBBIA 

"■Joel" 
"Why not go out on a limb? 
that where the fruit is?" 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Hi- 
Way Editorial Staff 3; Ice Hockey 1, 
2, 3, Captain 3; Football 1. 



JOHN SHELDON BRIGGS 

"John" 
Remembered as the most outstanding 
basketball player who played in the 
last two minutes of each game . . . 
Driver Training 1; Student Exchange 
3; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Track 3. 





ROBIN BURKE 

"Rob" 
"Live your life for yourself and for 
him." 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 1; 
Pep Club 3; Hi-Way Business Staff 3; 
Social Action Group 3; Future Nurses 
Club 1; Drama Club 1; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Graduation Usher 2; Assist- 
ant Majorette Manager 1. 



KAREN MARIE BUONOPANE 

"Karen" 
Usually seen in the "Pizza Shop." 



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PETER HUDSON BURR 

"Deac" 
"Be good, and if you can't, be care- 
ful." 
Driver Training 2. 






MAUREEN DELPHINE 
CALLAHAN 
"Reenie" 
Remembered for her desire to get a 
teddy bear for Christmas, and to get 
by the number 44 . . . 
Archbearer 1; Art Club 2. 



CONSTANCE JANE 
CAMPBELL 

"Connie" 
"This above all — To thy ownself be 
true." 

Library Service Club 2; Chorus 1, 2, 
3; Driver Education 2; Students for 
Social Action Group 3; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Folk Song Club 2.' 



WILLIAM JOHN CANNATA 
"Bill" 




BEST NATURED 
Nancy and Jim 



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KATHLEEN C. CAREY 

"Kathy" 



SURE SUCCESS 
Pam and Fred 




PAUL CHARLES CARGILL 

"Paul" 
"Visitors and fish smell in three 
days." 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Art* Club &; Driver 
Training 2. 





WILLIAM EDWARD 

CARPENTER 

"Bill" 

"... enjoy thyself and really live this 
life ..." 

Junior Prom Committee 2; Soccer 3; 
Driver Training 2. 



STEVEN DOUGLAS CARLSON 

"Nardo" 
"No matter what side of the bread 
the butter is on, eat both sides." 
Band 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3, Track 1, 2, 3- 




MARILEA MARGARET CARTER 

"Ca Ca" 
"I slept and dreamt that life was 
beauty; I woke and found that life 
was duty." 

A.F.S. Semifinalist 2; A.F.S. Club 1, 
2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3, Sec- 
retary 3; Executive Board 1; Chorus 
1, 2; Southeastern Regional Festival 1; 
All State 1; New England 1; Riding 
Club 1; French Club 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2; Driver Training 1. 




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MARTHA DIANE. CASHMAN 

"Muffie" 
"Nothing can bring you peace but 
yourself." 

Student Council 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; 
Hi-Way Business Staff 3; Driver Train- 
ing 1. 



ANTHONY WILLIAM 
CARTWRIGHT 

"Tony" 
"Studies serve for delight, for orna- 
ment, for ability." 




DAVID BRUCE CHASE 

"Bruce" 
"To spend too much time in studies 
is sloth." 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 2; 
Ski Club 2; Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2; 




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MARY CAROL CHAUPPETTE 

"Carol" 

Remembered for her ambition to be 
an "A-l" secretary . . . 

Student Secretary 2, 3; Girls Volley- 
ball 3; Modern Jazz 3. 




MARTHA ELLEN CHRISTOPHER 

"Marty" 
"As long as the rolling stone gath- 
ers no moss, so the roving heart gath- 
ers no affection." 

Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Committee 2; 
Chorus 2; Refreshment Committee 2; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Folk Song Club 2; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Driver Training -1; 
Social Action Group 2; Basketball 1; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Field 
Hockey 1. 



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GEORGE A. COLE III 

"Buzz" 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Driver 
Training 1. 





CHARLES T. COLEMAN 

"Chuck" 
"I don't believe it!" 

Driving Training 1; Cross Country 3; 
Ice Hockey 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Boys 
Intramural Basketball 1; Boy's Volley- 
ball 3. 




SUSAN COLE 
"Sue" 
"I know of but one way to judge of the 
future, and that way, the past." 
Drama Club 1; Harborlight Staff 1; 
Art Club 2; Athletic Service Club 3; 
Driver Training 3; Basketball 2 



MARCY COLLINS 

"Marcy" 
Driving Training 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Club 3; Softball 2. 





KATHYRN CONDITO 

"Kathy" 
"No man is an island entire of him- 
self." 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3; National Thes- 
pian Troupe 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 1, 2; 
Art Club 1, 2. 



PAMEALA DEAN COLLINS 

"Pam" 
National Merit Semifinalist; National 
Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Sev- 
enth London International Youth 
Science Fortnight 1965. 



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KATHLEEN CONNELLY 

"Kathy" 
Library Service Club 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2; 




ROSEMARY COREA 

"Rosie" 
"Every sweet has its sour; every evil 
its good." 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3; 




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HILARY ALEXANDRA 
CORNING 

"Hilary" 
"But I have promises to keep and miles 
to go before I sleep." 
Spapish Speaking Competition, Level II. 



PETER RONALD COOK 

"Cooka" 
"Best things in life are small." 
Driver Training 1; Ice Hockey 1; Boy's 
Volleyball 1, 2; Boy's Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1. 




HOLLYWOOD HOPEFULS 

Coleen and Don 



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DOROTHY GRACE COUPER 

"Coup" 
"Quoteless" 
Driver Training 2;- Girls Basketball 2, 
3 Captain 3; Pep Club 3; 



MOST ATTRACTIVE 

Sue and Steve 




VICTORIA COZZA 

"Vicky" 
"Happiness is being able to make a 
hasty decision." 

Driver Training 3; Student Secretary 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 2; Graduation 
Usher; Pep Club 3. 





LESLIS ANNE CRAIG 
"Bitsy" 
"A smile is a whisper of a laugh." 
Transfer from Barstow High School, 
Barstow, California, Junior Year. 
Drama Club 3; Pep Club 3. 



STEPHEN TAYLOR CRAFTS 

"Steve" 
"Eat, drink, and be merry; for tomor- 
row you graduate, you hope." 
Driver Training 2; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Ice 
Hockey 1; 



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PEGGY ELAINE GUMMING 

"Peg" 

"Thus far we run before the wind." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Chorus 1; 

Driver Training 1. 




WILLIAM THOMAS GUSHING 

"Kabush" 
Remembered as the smartest Algebra 
student ever to pass through the hal- 
lowed halls of Hingham High . . . 
Driver Training 2; Intramural hand 
soccer 2; Intramural Basketball 3. 



ELIZABETH CURTIS 
"Betsy" 
"A little bit of nonsence now and 
then is refreshing." 

Chorus 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
2, 3; Pep Club 3. 




SANDRA LOUISE DAILEY 

"Sandi" 
"Life is no bowl of roses. It's lots of 
hard work and takes courage — only 
after one has had many downfalls can 
he say he has really lived at all." 
Drama Club 1; Driver Training 1; 
Pep Club 1, 2. 





WAYNE WRIGHT 

DAVIDSON 
"Dangerous Dave" 
"How's it go'in.^" 
Transfer from North Quincy 
School, North Quincy, Mass. 
mural Basketball 3. 



High 
Intra- 



RICHARD ALLEN DAUGHERTY 
"Rick" 

Happiness is having your Volkswagen 
follow you to school . . . 
Football 1; Track 2; 



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ELIZABETH ANN DAVIS 
"Liz" 
Remembered for saying "Is this real?" 
Library Service Club 2; Student Secre- 
tary 3; Driver Training 1; 







NANCY LEE DeHART 

"Nancy" 
"Thoughts even more than acts reveal 
character." 

Student Council 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 
3; HiWay Business Staff 2, 3; A.F.S. 
Club 3; Driver Training 1; Connet- 
quot Exchange 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis 3. 



JOHN RAYMOND DELANEY 
"800" 

"A dull man ponders his future; a 
wise man makes his" 
National Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tion winner; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Ski 
Club 1, 2; Debating Club 2, 3; Li- 
brary Service Club 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2; Science Club 1, 2, 5; Math Club 
3; 



STEPHEN DELANEY 
"Del" 
"Beware the fury of a patient man." 
Junior Prom Committee 2; Junior 
Prom Attendant, 2; King; Football 1, 
2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club; 
2, 3; 





JOHN S. DOUCETTE 

"John" 
"No man can serve two masters." 



KENNETH DeMONTIGNY 
"Ken" 

"Well if you insist!" 



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JEFFERY LATHAM DOUGLASS 

"Duffy" 
"Make the most of what we may spend, 
Before we into the dust descend." 
Band 1, 2; Dance band 2; Soccer 2; 
Hockey 3. 





NOMAN KIRKLAND DRESSER 

"Norm" 
Photography Club 1; Science Club 1; 
Boys Basketball JV 1, 2; Baseball 1, 
2, 3 — Co-Captain 3; Boys Volleyball 
1, 2; Boys Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Varsity "H" Club 1, 2, 3. 




ROBERT HAROLD DUPEE 

"Bob" 
"Our group had 43% fewer haircuts." 
Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Ski Club 
2; Folk Song Club 2; Soccer 2; Driver 
Training 2. 



JUDITH ANN DOWLING 

"Judy" 
"Happiness is one thing to one per- 
son and another thing to another per- 
son." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; Hiway Business Staff 3; 
Driver Training 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 — 
Treasurer 2; Modern Dance 3; Gradua- 
tion LTsher 2. 




RUGGED INDIVIDUALISTS 
Kerin and Rod 



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MARY DWELLEY 

"Mary" 
"Laugh and the whole world laughs 
with you." 

Archbearer 1; Art Club 3; Student Sec- 
retary 3; Drived Training 3; Basket- 
ball 1. 



AGILE ATHLETES 

Craigie and Don 




PETER WALLACE DYER 
"Pete" 
Remembered for saying "I hate curly 
hair." 

Ski Club 1, 2; Driver Training 1. 





DAVID LAWRENCE BELDING 
ELDREDGE 

"Larry" 

"God bless the slopes!" 
Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Drama Club 3; 
A.F.S. Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Ski 
Club, Treasurer 1, President 2, Treas- 
urer 3; Soccer 2, 3, Captain 3; Tennis 
2, 3; Varsity H Club 2, 3. 



JUDITH AUSTIN TWYCROSS 

EDWARDS 

"Judi" 

"Talents differ; all is well and wisely 

put." 

National Honor Society 2, 3; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; National Thespian Troupe 
2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Library Service 
Club 2, 3; Athletic Service Club 2, 3 



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ROGER HILL EMERSON 

"Rog" 
"... live life to the fullest." 
Debating Club 3; Cross Country 1; Ice 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3. 






DOUGLAS WINTHROP 
ENDICOTT 

"Doug" 
"Everything must change to some- 
thing new, to something strange, and 
its gotta be better." 

Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3; Ath- 
letic Service Club 3; Driver Training 
1 



GEORGE EDWARD 
ENGDAHL, JR. 

"George" 
"I tfcank whatever God may be for 
my inconquerable soul." 
Driver Training 3; East Coast Model 
U.N. 3; Soccer 2, 3; League All-Star 
3; Ice Hockey 2, 3; Boys' Tennis 1; 
Varsity "H" Club 2, 3. 



GARY DOUGLAS ENGLE 

Gary 
"What really flatters a man is that 
you think him worth flattering." 
Boys Tennis 1, 2, 3; Boys Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 
National Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tions Winner 3. 





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MARY KATHERINE FARIA 

"Mary" 
"Tread softly for you walk on 
dreams ..." 

Graduation Usher 2; Chorus 1; Har- 
borlight Staff 1; Driver Training 1. 



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SUSAN ROBINSON 
ENGSTROM 

"Sue" 
"... of those to whom much is given, 
much is required." 

Drama Club 1; Harborlight Staff 1, 
2, 3; Folk Song Ciub 2; Pegasus 3; 
French Club 1, 2; Library Service 
Club 1, 2, 3; National Merit Letter of 
Commendation 3. 



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CATHY ANN FARRIS 
"Cathy" 
""No man is an island, no man stands 
alone." 

Archbearer 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Ath- 
letic Service Club 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 





ROSA MARI FELIP 

""Mai" 
""Es mas facil ser sabio para los demas 
que para uno mismo." 
A.F.S. Exchange Student from Barce- 
lona, Spain. A.F.S. Club 3; Art Club 
3; Pep Club 3; Tennis 3; Volleyball 3. 



ANN MARIE FERRIS 
""Ann" 

'"In all the endless road we tread, 
there's nothing but the night." 
Drama Club 1; Driver Training 2; 
Graduation Usher 2. 




EDWARD WILLIAM 
FITZGERALD 

"Fitz" 
""Good things come in small pack- 
ages ..." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Football 1, 2, 
3; Ice Hockey 2; Manager; Baseball 
1, 2, 3; Varsity H Club. 




DAVID SCOTT FERGUSON 

'"Dave" 
Remembered as that cute little girl in 
the grass skirt . . . 

Band 3; Orchestra 3; Drama Club 2; 
3; National Thespian Society 3; De- 
bating Club 3; Driver Training 2 




RODMAN KERR FORTER 

"Stub" 
'■ 'Tis a tale to be told by an idiot, 
full of sound and fury . . . signifying 
nothing." 

Harborlight Staff 3; Debating Club 2, 
3, President 3; Model UN 3. 



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DAVID PENTON GARRETSON 

"David" 
"There are two kinds of goalies, quick 
and dead." 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3. 






NANCY LOUISE GIAGRANDO 

"Nancy" 
Usually seen in a state of departure . . . 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Drama Club 1; 
Refreshment Committee 1, 2; Riding 
Club 2; Art Club 1, 2; Library Service 
Club 1; Social Action Group 3; Lunch- 
room Ser\'ice Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3; Chorus 3; Basketball 1; Intramural 
Basketball 1. 



LINDA JANE GIBBS 
"Linda" 
"Happiness is an unlocked Steinway." 
Transfer from Mt. Greylock Regional 
High School, Williamstown, Mass. 
National Honor Society 2, 3; National 
Merit Letter of Commendation Winner; 
Orchestra 2 Chorus 2; Special Chorus 

2; 



DANIEL JAMES GILBERT 
"Dan" 
Usually heard saying, "Yarro!!!" 
Cross Country 1, 2; Baseball 1, 3; In- 
tramural Basketball 3 




MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 

Marie and Matt 



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SHARON ALICE GILYARD 

"Sharon" 
"No matter how far, or heavy the 
load, sweet is the journey on Friend- 
ship's road." 

National Honor .Society 2, 3; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Chorus 1, 2; Hi- Way 
Editorial Staff 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Peg- 
asus 3; Driver Training 1; Student Ex- 
change 3; Badminton Tournament 1. 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Meredith and Gary 




JEAN MARY GLANCY 
"Jean" 
"Be not angry that you cannot make 
others as you wish them to be, since 
you cannot make yourself as you wish 
to be." 

National Honor Society 2, 3; National 
Merit Letter of Commendation Winner 
3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 
3; Driver Training 2; Student Ex- 
change 3; Hi- Way Business Staff 3. 




PAMELA JANE GLASS 
"Pam" 
"I never found the companion that 
was' so companionable as solitude." 
Special Chorus 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Cho- 
rus 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; New Eng. 
Orchestra 1; SE District Orchestra 1, 
2, 3; All State 2, 3; Science Club 
3; A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1. 




JANET ELIZABETH GOFF 
"Jan" 
"He who keeps his eye fixed on the 
far horizon will find the right road." 
A.F.S. Semifihalist 2; A.F.S. Club 2, 
3, Vice-President 3; Student Council 3; 
Executive Board 1, 2; Class Secretary 
1, Class Vice-President 2; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; 
Graduation Marshall 2; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2; Special Chorus 1, 2; 
Hi-Way Editorial Staff 2, 3, Co-Edi- 
tor 3; Driver Training 2; Ski Club 2, 
3; National Thespian Troupe 1, 2, 3; 
Debating Club 1; DAR Citizenship 
Award. 



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CAROL ANN GOLDEN 

"Carol" 
"In malice be ye children, but in un- 
derstanding, be ye men." 
Dram^ Club 1; Harborlight Staff 1, 
2, 3; Folk Song Club 2; Library Serv- 
ice Club 1, 2, 3; Social Action Group 
2, 3; Driver Training 3. 




NORMAN KARL GRAF 

"Norm" 

Art Club 3; Driver Training 1; Ex- 
ecutive Board 1. 




PATRICIA CLAIRE GRAMER 

"Pat" 
Remembered as Gail's twin at foot- 
ball games . . . 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Special Chorus 3; Driv- 
er Training 2; Majorette 2, 3, Co-Head 
3; Pep Club 1,2; 




PAMELA SEANNE GRATTA 
"Pam" 

Remembered for saying, "Did you hear 
about . . . ?" 

Student Secretary 3; Driver Training 2; 
Basketball 2, 3; Softball 3; Field Hockey 
1. 





DAVID ALBERT HAGERTY 

"Hag" 
"Better a witty fool than a foolish 
wit." 

Football 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



PAMELA ELLEN GRAY 

"Pam" 
"The only way to have a friend is to 
be one." 

Drama Club 1; Driver Training 2; Pep 
Club 3. 



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SHARON ALLISON HALL 

"S|iar" 

Remembered as the girl with the 
shoes around her neck . . . 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; A.F.S. Club 
3; Ski Club 2, 3; Driver Training 1; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Executive Board 1; Bas- 
ketball 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Tennis 3. 





ROBERT COWEN HARLOW 

"Hans" 
"The eagle, he was lord above, And 
Bob was lord below." 

A.F.S. Club 3; Ski Club 3; Driver 
Training 1; Football 2, 3; Track 3. 



MARY EMILY HANNA 

"Mary" 
"Don't waste precious time tarrying 
around with me, little butterfly." 
Drama Club 1, 2; Hi-Way Editorial 
Staff 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 3; 
Driver Training 2. 




ARTHER SAMUEL HAYES 
"Art" 

"Grace is a virtue." 

Drama Club 1, 2;. Chorus 1, 2, 3; Driv- 
er Training 2. 





PETER WOODROW HERSEY 

"Pete" 
"Wit makes its own welcome and 
levels all distinction." 

Ice Hockey 1. 



JUDY ANNE HEMSTREET 
"Judy" 
"Gone always to return ..." 
Drama Club 1; Driver Training 2. 



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MAUREEN HOAR 

"Moe" 
"Live your own life, for you will die 
your own death." 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Social Action Group 
3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Serv- 
ice Club 2; Driver Training 2. 





NANCY MAE HOELSCHEN 

"Nanc" 

"Friendship is a sheltering tree." 

Library Service Club 1, 2, 3. 



SUSAN BEALS HOEDTKE 

"Sue" 
"Silence is Golden(?)" 
Transfer from Marshfield High School, 
Marshfield, Mass.; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Driver Training 2; Field Hockey 1, 
2, 3, Co-Captain 3. 




ALEXIS HOELZEL 

"Alex" 
"Happiness is the 2:30 bell ..." 
Chorus 1, 3; Student Council 2; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 1; 
Library Service Club 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 3; Social Action Group 2, 3; 
Tennis 1. 




CLASS COMEDIANS 
Jeanne and Jay 



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STANLEY ALLEN HOLMES JR. 

"Stan" 
"They are not long, the days of wine 
and roses." 
Driver Training 1; Soccer 3. 



CLASS CULPRITS 

Merdith and Baldo 




PHILIP GERARD HOLTHAUS 

"•PhiUp" 
"Sing we for love and idleness, Naught 
else is worth the having." 
Brown Book Award 2; National Merit 
Semifinalist 2; Finalist 3; Student Coun- 
cil 3; Class Executive Board 2, 3, Presi- 
dent 3; Jr. Prom Comrr.ittee 2; Pegasus 
2, 3, Editor 2, 3; Debating Club 2, Presi- 
dent; Driver Training 1. 




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SUZANNE HOSS 
"Suzie" 
"Love is getting someone a glass of 
water in the middle of the night." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Executive 
Board 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Badminton 
Tournament 1; Student Secretary 1; 
Driver Training 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Volleyball 3; Mucleni Jazz ^. Gradua- 
tion Usher 2. 




SUSAN HOWES 
"Sue" 
"A smile is a whisper of a laugh." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Drama Club 
2; Ski Club 2; Folk Song Club 2; Art 
Club 2; Lunchroom Service Club 3; 
Driver Training 3; Student Exchange 
3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Modern Jazz 3. 




LOLITA CATHRINE HUNT 

"Lo" 
"Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow." 
Student Secretary 3; Driver Training 1. 




BEVERLY JEAN INGLIS 
"Bev" 
"'Who, ME clumsy????" 
Driver Education 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Majorettes 2, 
3; Red Cross 3; Student Secretary 3. 





RONALD HUTCHINS 

"Hutch" 
Driver Training 1; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Jr. 
Prom Attendant 2. 



RAY FRANCIS HUTCHINSON 
"Hutch" 
"Any fool can make a rule, and every 
fool will mind it." 
Basketball 1; Driver Training 2. 





JANICE MARIE IRWIN 
"Jan" 
"Our heart is better than all the heads 
in the world." 

Driver Training 1; Jr. Prom Refresh- 
ment Committee 2; Pep Club 1, 2; 



MAUREEN INGRAHAM 

"Moe" 
"Understanding is the key to life." 
Archbearer 1; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 
2; Varsity H Club 2. 



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SANDRA FROST JACKSON 

"Sandy" 
"To understand things are such as 
they are, If you do not understand 
things are such as they are." 
Transfer from Branford, Connecticut. 





PATRICIA A. JEFFERSON 
"Pat" 



PAUL LEO JACOBUS 
"Paul" 

"I am the master of my fate; I am the 
captain of my soul." 




MEREDITH JENKINS 
"Junka" 
"Time spent in laughter is well in- 
vested." 

Driver Training 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Graduation Usher 2; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Art Club 2, 3. 





SUSAN ELIZABETH JOHNSON 

"Sue" 
"Love is only chatter, Friends are 
all that matter." 

Chorus 1, 2; Graduation Usher 2; 
Driver Training 3; Student Exchange. 



ELEANOR FRANCES JEWETT 

"Ellie" 
"Hold fast that which is good." 
Folk Song Club 1; Pep Club 1; Arch- 
bearer 1; Student Council 1, 2; Drama 
Club 1; Driver Training 3. 



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WAYNE CHARLES JOHNSON 

"Smiley" 
"People are judged by the things they 
stand in line for." 




JOHN RICHARD JORRITSMA 

"John" 




SUSAN JONES 

"Sue" 

"Live your life to the fullest, for the 

time is more advanced than you would 

think." 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Club 3; Jr. Prom Committee 2. 







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RICHARD JOSEPH JOPE 

"Jopey" 
For the good are always the 

Ice Hockey 2, 3; Bas-eball 1. 




HARVARD BOOK AWARD 
Dave Archibald 



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DIANE PRUDENCE JOUBERT 
■"Di" 



"The secret 
to purpose." 
Drama Club 1 
pian Society 2, 



to success is consistancy 



2, 3; National Thes- 
3; Student Council 3; 
East Coast Model UN 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 



BROWN BOOK AWARD 

Phil Holthaus 




MAUREEN REGINA JOYCE 

"Moe" 
"We're gon'na be late!" 
Driver Training 1; Majorettes 2, 3; 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Student Secre- 
tary 3. 



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HENRIETTA MAE KAHLER 

"Hen" 

"Security is a nice warm bed ..." 
Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Harborlight 
Staff 1; Ski Club 1; Folk Song Club 
2; Art Club 3; Athletic Service Club 1; 
Driver Training 1; Basketball 1, 2; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Track 1; 
Field Hockey 1, 3. 



JOAN ELIZABETH KAMINSKI 
"Joanne" 

Usually seen on Route 66 or Marl- 
borough St. trying to find the Tower 
of Big Ben ... 

Drama Club 1, 2; Harborlight Staff 
1; Ski Club 2, 3; Library Service Club 
2; Athletic Sen'ice Club 2, 3; Driver 
Training 2; Model UN 3; Pep Club 
1, 2. 



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SALLY ANN KEELER 

"Sully" 
"This world is a comedy to those that 
think; A tragedy to those that feel." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; Drama Club 2; Hi- Way 
Editorial Staff 3; A.F.S. Club 1, 3; 
Art Club 3; Lunchroom Service Club 
3; Student Exchange 3; Pep Club, 1, 
2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice President 3. 




STEPHANIE LYNN KIMBALL 
"Steph" 
"Yes, California has snow!" 

Transfer from Alleghany High School, 
Alleghany, California. 



WALTER HARRISON KERR 

"Skip" 
"A man is only as tall as his talent." 
Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 1, Intramural Basketball 1, 
2, 3. 




MEREDITH ANN KOWALKER 

"Merrie" 
"I'm in love, I really mean it this 
time ... REALLY!" 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Graduation 
Usher 2; Drama Club 2; Ski Club 1; 
Art Club 3; Driver Training 1; Bas- 
ketball 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 





BARBARA ANN PATRICIA 

KUSTKA 

"Poff" 

"The only person who saves time is 
the person who spends it well." 
Basketball 1, 2; Softball 2, 3; Drama 
Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Badmin- 
ton Tournament 2; Art Club 3; Ski 
Club 2; Driver Training 2; Gradua- 
tion Usher 2; Library Service Club 3. 



FREDERICK KUHN 
"Speed" 
"A place for everything, and every- 
thing in its place." 

National Merit Semi-Finalist 2; Final- 
ist 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Class Vice President 3; Executive 
Board 3; Hi- Way Editorial Staff 3; 
Debating Club 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



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DIANE PATRICIA LaFOND 
"Di" 
"The only way to have a friend is to 
be one." 

Pep Club 1, 2; Art Club 2; Drama 
Club 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 2; 
Driver Training 1; Special Chorus 2; 
Lunchroom Service Club 2. 





GEORGE PERSON LAMB 

"George" 
"There is a time for speaking and a 
time for being silent." 

Band 2, 3, SEMSBA 2, 3; Orchestra 
3; Dance Band 3. 



ERANCES LORETTA LANDRY 

"Fran" 
Usually heard saying, "Oh, Brother!" 
Drama Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Li- 
brary Service Club 1, 2, 3", Intramural 
Basketball 1; Majorette manager 3; 
Driver Training 1. 




PHILIP LEIGH LANDICK 

"Leigh" 
"Silence is the element in which great 
things fashion themselves." 
Football 1; Intramural Hand Soccer 3. 




SUSAN BONNEY LANE 

"Sue" 

"True happiness consists not in the 

multitude of friends, but in the worth 

and choice." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Drama Club 1, 
2, 3; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; Homecoming Court 3; Modern 
Jazz 3; Student Exchange 3; Driver 
Training 1; Pep Club 3. 




DEBORAH ANN LAURENCE 
"Debby" 
"A faithful friend is better than gold — 
an only possession." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Driver Training 
1; Student Council 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Cheerleading 2, 3, Treasurer 3. 



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JAMS MARY MARGARET 
LAWRENCE 

"Lawrence" 
Art Club 2; Athletic Service Club 3; 
Lunchroom Service Club 3; Basketball 
1, 2, 3; Softball 2, 3; Track 3; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Varsity H Club 2, 3. 




BALDO JOSEPH LAZZERINI 

"Odlar" 

"A man's home is his castle." 

Ice Hockey 2, 3. 




STEPHEN RICHARD LEARY 

"Bat" 
"Nobody can win all the time but ever)'- 
one can cheat ..." 

A.F.S. Exchange Student to Turkey; 
Student Council 3; President; Jr. Prom 
Attendant 2; A.F.S. Club 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2; Varsity 
H Club 2, 3. 




FRANCIS LOYD LINEBERRY, JR. 

"Chops" 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 1; 
Varsity H Club 2, 3. 




TUFTS BOOK AWARD 
Liz Shute 



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GAIL ANN LINSCOTT 

"Gail" 

Remembered for finally learning how 

to blow a whistle . . . 

Majorette 2, 3, Co-Head 3; Badminton 

1; Varsity H Club 3; Driver Training 

2. 



DAR CITIZENSHIP AWARD 
Jan Goff 




HERBERT GARFIELD LINSCOTT 

"Pooka" 
"Better half a loaf than no bread." 





PETER CHARLES LOMBARDO 

"Pete" 
"Make a good impression and life will 
become easier for you." 

Student Exchange 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2; 
Driver Training 2. 



DEBORAH SANDERSON LORD 

"Debbie" 
"Love life and live it well." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Modern Jazz 3; 
Hi-Way Staff 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 
3; Ski Club 2, 3; Riding Club 2; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



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ANN MELANIE LYNCH 
■•Mel" 
Usually seen talking in Mr. Ander- 
son's class . . . 
Driver Training 2. 





MICHAEL DENNIS LYNCH 

"Mike" 
Remembered for talking in class 



ALLAN DANA MacGREGOR 
"Al" 

"The current of life is ever onward; 
let it^flow . . ." 

Student Council 1, 2; Class President 
1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 2; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; National Thespian Troupe 
3; A.F.S. Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3; Folk 
Song Club 1; Student Exchange 3; 
Tennis 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




KEVIN JOSEPH MacISSAC 
"Kev" 
"See what tomorrow will bring ..." 
Drama Club 1; Folk Song Club 2; 
Driver Training 2; Social Action Group 
3; 




JOHN RICHARD MacKENZIE 
"Dicka" 
"Better never trouble trouble until 
trouble troubles you; For you only make 
your trouble double-trouble when you 
do." 

Football 2, 3; Ice Hockey 2, 3; Baseball 
1, 2, 3;. 




DOUGLAS PORTER MacLEAN 
"Doug" 
Usually heard saying, "I'd rather not 
say ..." in Mr. Bank's Class . . . 
Harborlight Staff 3; Soccer 2, 3; Ice 
Hockey 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 2. 



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DAVID CLIFTON MacLEOD 

"Dave" 
"California Dreamer, on such a winter's 
day ..." 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 3; Golf 2; 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Varsity 
H Club 2; Driver Training 2. 





SHARON LEE MacNICHOL 

"Shan" 
Library Service Club 2; Lunchroom 
Service Club 1; Student Secretary 3; 
Driver Training 1. 



MARTHA ANN MacMASTER 
"Mac" 
"Mas vale tande que nunca!" 
Driver Training 2. 




JAMES IRVING MACOMBER 

"Jim" 

"To live, to really live, is a goal to 
be treasured." 

Class Vice-President 1; Executive Board 
1; Student Council 2, 3, Vice-President 
3; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Way Editorial Staff 2; Ski Club 2, 
3; Soccer 2, 3; National Thespian 
Troupe 1, 2, 3; City Town Exchange 
3; Graduation Marshall 2. 





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LINDA MANCHESTER 

"Linda" 
"Gather ye rosebuds while 
Old time is still aflying. 
Student Council 2, 3; Drama- Club 1, 
2, 3; Ski Club 2, Secretary; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, Manager 3; Pep Club 2; Ten- 
nis 2; Field Hockey 2, 3. 



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MARSHA JEAN MacVICAR 

"Marsh" 
"Always dream and shoot higher than 
you know you can do. Don't bother 
just to be better than your contempora- 
ries, try to be better than yourself." 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Corresponding 
Secretary 2; National Thespian Troupe 
1, 2, 3; Social Action Group 3; Li- 
brary' Service Club 2, 3. 




DAVID PETER MANNING 
"Pete" 
"Keep cool! It will be all one a 
hundred years hence." 
Soccer 2, 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Base- 
ball 1; Varsity H Club 3; Driver 
Training 2. 






CLAUDIA ANNE MARCHETTI 
"Mod" 
Remembered for wanting Santa Claus 
to put cole in her stocking . . . 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Red Cross 
Representative 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; 
National Scholastic Art Award, 1965; 
Graduation Usher 2; Student Secretary 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 1. 



JUDITH ANNE MARGETTS 
"Judy" 
Usually seen at the rink during the wee 
hours of the morning ..." 
Chorus 2, 3; Archbearer 1; Red Cross 
Representative 1; A.F.S. Club 2; Folk 
Song Club 2; Art Club 1, 2; Student 
Secretary 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Soft- 
ball 1, 2; Badminton Tournament 1, 2; 
Driver Training 2. 



EILEEN ADRIENNE 
McCRACKEN 

"Eileen" 
Library Service Club 1, 2, 3; Student 
Secretary 3; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 
2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




GOOD CLASSMATE TODAY GOOD NEIGHBOR TOMORROW 

Coleen Shaughnessy 



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GEORGE VINCENT McGINN, JR. 

"Bud" 
"Laugh and the whole world laughs 
with you." 

Drama Club 1, 3; Soccer 2; Student 
Exchange 3; Basketball 2; Baseball 1, 
2, 3; Volleyball 3; Basketball 1, 3; 
Driver Training 2. 



BETTY CROCKER AWARD 

Lee Norton 




KERIN ELIZABETH McNULTY 

"Sister-bel" 
"... it's how one says it!" 
Archbearer 1; A.F.S. Club 2; Ski Club 
1, 2; Athletic Service Club 3; Lunch- 
room Service Club 2; Student Council 
1, 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 3; Field 
Hockey 2, 3; Driver Training 1. 





JANICE MARIE McPARTLIN 

"Jan" 
"Where your treasure is, there will your 
heart be also." 

Chorus 3; Student Secretary 3; Major- 
ette Manager 3; Driver Training 2. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH McNULTY, JR. 

"Brother Beau" 
"The only way to get rid of tempta- 
tion is to yield to it." 
National Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tion Winner 3; Jr. Prom Committee 2; 
Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Hi-Way Edito- 
rial Staff 3; A.F.S. 2; Pegasus 3; 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



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MATTHEW JAMES MEAGHER 
"Matt" 
"I find more joy in sorrow than you 
find in joy." 

Transfer from Bishop Kenny High 
School, Jacksonville, Florida. Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 
3; Football 2; Student Government 
Day Representative 3. 





DIANE ELIZABETH MELLO 

"Diane" 
Usually seen under a pile of coats at 
football games . . . 

Chorus 2, 3; Student Secretary 3; Ma- 
jorette Manager 3; Softball 2; Intra- 
mural Basketball 2; Driver Training 2. 



DOROTHY ANN MELANSON 
"Dee" 

"Smile and the world smiles with you." 
Archbearer 1; Harborlight Staff 3; Pep 
Club 3; Driver Training 2. 




MARLA ANN MENZIES 
"Maria" 
"If there were dreams to sell, what 
would you buy???" 

Globe Art Award; Drama Club 1, 2, 
3; National Thespian Troupe 1, 2, 3; 
Riding Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; 
Pegasus 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Student Ex- 
change 3; Executive Board 3. 





JOHN MESERVE 

"John" 
Driver Training 1. 



NANCY STASIA MERRITT 

"Nance" 
"I probably don't worry too much, 
do I??" 

Student Secretary 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Driver Training 2. 



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GEORGE McKAY METZGER 
"George" 
"Even a fool when he holdeth his 
peace, is counted wise." 
Football 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2; 
Track 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 




DEBORAH JEAN MILLER 
"Debbi" 
"I'm just one too many mornings and 
a thousand miles behind." 
Archbearer 1; Folk Song Club 2; Art 
Club 3; Student Secretary 3", Social Ac- 
tion Group 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 2; Driver Training 2. 




SUSAN ALICE MOLL 
"Sue" 
"Happiness is a warm breeze from 
the tropics." 

Transfer from Antilles High School, 
San Juan, Puerto Rico. Drama Club 3", 
Driver Training 3; 




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ALEXANDER WILSON MOORE 

"Archie" 
Folk Song Club 2; Driver Training 2; 
Soccer 2; Tennis 1; Ski Club 1, 2. 




LESLIE MILLER 
"Leslie" 
"Life is too short to be little ..." 
National Honor Society 2, 3, President 
3; National Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tions Winner 3; Student Council 2; 
Drama Club 1, 2; A.F.S. Club 1, 2; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Folk Song Club 2; Pegasus 
2, 3; Art Club 2; Library Service Club 
1, 2, 3; Athletic Service Club 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 2; Badminton Tournament 1, 2, 
3; Social Action Group 2, 3; Honorable 
Mention in Regional Science Fair 2. 




EVELYN ROCKWELL MORAN 

"Ev" 
National Merit Semifinalist 2; Final- 
ist 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Athletic Service Club 2; Student Ex- 
change 3; Driver Training 2. 



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ANTHONY MORSE 

"Mouchy" 
"Better late than never." 
Riding Club 1; Lunchroom Service 
Club 3; Driver Training 2. 





EDWIN ROBERT MORTON 

"Ed" 

Remembered as the most "painterly' 
art student . . . 
Track 3- 



JOSEPH ANDREW MORTLAND 
"Joe" 




Usually heard saying, "Who said 
that???" 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY REPRESENTATIVE 

Matt Meagher 



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DONALD VERNON NEGETHON 

"Lance" 
"If you're not getting anything, get 
out!" 
Driver Training 1. 



NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS 
Fred Kuhn, Pam Collins, Evelyn Moran, Phil Holthaus 




JEANNE LOUISE NICHOLSON 
"Jeannie" 
"You can't always tell a book by its 
cover." 

Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Committee 2; 
Refreshment Committee 2: Library Serv- 
ice Club 2, 3; Graduation Usher 2; Pep 
Club 2, 3; Modern Dance 3. 




LOIS MARIE NOLAND 

"Lo" 
Usually seen writing "Paul" in C. I. 
Class . . . 

Library Service Club 1, 2; Student Sec- 
retary 3; Driver Training 2. 



WINSOR STUART 
NICKERSON 

"Stu" 
Usually heard saying, "I don't believe 
it!" 

Soccer 2, 3; Baseball 2; Varsity H Club 
3; Driver Training 2. 



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LEE SAGER NORTON 

"Lee" 
"Variety is the spice of life." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Graduation 
Usher 2; Hi-Way Business Staff 3; 
A.F.S. Club 3; Riding Club 1; Student 
Exchange 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Social 
Actioh Group 3; Driver Training 1. 
Betty Crocker Award 3. 





MARIE HARRIET NORTON 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Chorus 1, 2; 
Pep Club 3; Driver Training 3; Execu- 
tive Board 1. 



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LESLIE LORRAINE OLSEN 

"Leslie" 

"When God closes a door, He opens 
a window." 

Orchestra 1 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
French Club 1; Tennis 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Driver 
Training 3. 




LAWRENCE STEVEN O'REILLY 

"Steve" 
"A wet bird never flies at night." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Class Executive 
Board 2, 3; Lunchroom Service Club 2,; 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Vol- 
leyball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 
1, 2; Driver Training 2. 





STEVEN PAGE 

"Steve" 



ARTHER WILFRID PAQUETTE 
"Art" 

"Small service is true service while it 
lasts." 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3f 
National Thespian Troupe 2, 3; Mass. 
State Festival, Stage Crew 1, 2; Audio- 
Visual Aids 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 3; 
Library Service Club 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 




LYNNE PEASLEE 

"Lindy" 
Usually seen in a Pontiac . . . 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Driver Training 1. 





BARBARA JANE PELRIN 

"Barb" 
"Let nothing disturb you, nothing 
frighten you; all things pass." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Student Secre- 
tary 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 2. 



MARIE ELAINE PERICOLA 

"Marie" 
"But I have, promises to keep, and 
miles to go before I sleep." 
Homecoming Court 3; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Cho- 
rus 1, 2; Drama Club 1; Art Club 2; 
Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 1; Varsity H Club 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 
2. 




CHRISTOPHER LEE PERKINS 
"Chris" 




MARILYN PERRY 

"Bunky" 

HiWay Editorial Staff 3. 




ALAN LEE PETERSON 

"Al" 
"Every man has his gift, and the tools 
go to him that can use them." 
A.F.S. Semifinalist 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
SEMSBA 3; Band 3; SE Music Fes- 
tival 1, 2, 3; New Eng. Music Festival 

1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 

2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Folk Song Club 
2; Student Exchange 3", Science Club 
1, 2, President 1; Tennis 3; Driver 
Training 1. 



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NANCY ELLEN PRATT 
"Nancy" 
"By swallowing evil words unsaid, no 
one has ever harmed his stomach." 
A.F.S. Semifinalist 2; Executive Board 
2, 3, Class Secretary 2, 3; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Chairman; Archbearer 1; Grad- 
uation Usher 2; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 
3; A.F.S. Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 
1, 2; Student Exchange 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 





JOHN STEPHEN QUINN, JR. 
"Quinnie" 
"I have but one desire, and that is to 
be remembered ..." 
Football 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 3; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 1. 




THOMAS HENRY PYNE 

"Terrific" 
Remembered for scratching on the 8- 
ball . . . 

Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Ski Club 1, 2; 
Pegasus 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, President 
2; Athletic Service Club 1, 2; Tennis 
3 ; Driver Training 1 . 



PATRICIA MARIE REARDON 

"Pat" 
"I have but one lamp to guide my 
way and that is the lamp of expe- 
rience ..." 

Drama Club 1; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 
2, 3; A.F.S. Club 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 2; 
French Club 1, 2; Athletic Service 
Club 3; Track 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; 
Varsity H Club 3; Driver Training 1. 




NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION 

First row. C. Yule, S. Engstrom, A. Smith, L. Gibbs J. Edwards, D. 
Back row: K. Smith, B. McNulty, N. Terry, J. Delaney, G. Engle 



Archibald. 



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CITY TOWN EXCHANGE 
Jack Richmond, Polly Robinson, Jim Macomber, Linda Gibbs, Ken Smith 




PAUL JOSEPH RICHARDS 

"Paul" 
"... To always do well in everything 
I do wherever I travel in life." 
Soccer 2, 3; Track 1; Golf 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1; Intramural Hand 
Soccer 3; Varsity H Club 2, 3. 





SUSAN JANE RICHMOND 
"Richy" 
"To have a coin in to be rich ..." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Refreshment 
Committee 2; Model UN 3; Modern 
Dance 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; 
Driver Training 2. 



JOHN HOLLIS RICHMOND 

"Jack" 
"The eye of each man sees but what it 
has the power of seeing." 
Jr Prom Attendant 2; City Town Ex- 
change 3; Baseball 1, 2; Driver Train- 
ing 1. 




BRUCE DAVID RILEY 
"Bruce" 
"To live and not live is not worth 
living." 

Ski Club 2; Football 2; Softball 2; 
Volleyball 2; Driver Training 2. 




JOHN ANTHONY RILEY 

"Rile" 
"The future is for those who plan for 
it." 
Model UN 3. 




MICHAEL JOSEPH RILEY 

"Mike" 
Football 2; Intramural Hand Soccer 3; 
Driver Training 2; Track 3. 




LOIS RIPLEY 

"Pudgy" 
"All the world's a stage, and all the 
men and women merely players." 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; 
National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3; Mass. 
State Drama Festival 2; Library Service 
Club 2, 3; Model UN 3. 




LOUISE RIPLEY 

"Whale" 
"The great end of life is not knowledge 
but action." 

Orchestra 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Li- 
brary Service Club 1; Athletic Service 
Club 1; Driver Training 2. 



DONALD PARKE ROBERTS 
"Don" 

Remembered for saying, "Boy, are you 
DUMB!" 

Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Vice 
President 2, President 3; National Thes- 
pian Society 1, 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 2; 
Athletic Service Club 2; Model UN 3; 
Basketball 3; Track 2; Driver Training 
2. 



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MARY HOWARD ROBINSON 

"Polly" 
"Love is flower-like; Friendship is a 
sheltering tree." 

National Honor Society 2, 3; Chorus 
1, 2; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 2, 3; 
A.F.S. Club 1; Pegasus 2, 3, Editor-in- 
chief 3; Art Club 2, 3; Social Action 
Group 3; City Town Exchange 3; 









DAVID PAUL RODGERS 

"Dave" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3. 




GILBERT HAVEN ROEHRIG 

"Gil" 
Remembered for thoughtfulness of the 
three B's in life . . . 
Soccer 2; Ice Hockey 1; Golf 1, 2. 




DIANE LOUISE ROEVER 

"Diane" 
"Love is but a dance where Time plays 
the fiddle." 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 
2; Ski Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Driver 
Training 2. 




DAVID BROOKFIELD 
ROWLINGS 

"Dave" 
"Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomor- 
row you'll be unhealthy, wealthy, and 
grown-up!" 

Transfer from Tabor Academy 3; Stu- 
dent Exchange 3; 




SUSAN ANN ST. GEORGE 
"Susan" 
"When I was a child, I spoke as a 
child, I understood as a child; but 
when I became a woman I put away 
childish things." 

Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 1; Library 
Service Club 3; Driver Training 2. 



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DOROTHY FRANCES 

SAUNDERS 

"Dottie" 
■"Little drops of water, little grains of 
sand, Make the mighty ocean and the 
pleasant land." 

Chorus 3; Basketball 1; Driver Train- 
ing 1. 




SUSAN MEREDITH SAUNDERS 

"Sue" 
Transfer from Hull High School, Hull, 
Mass. 2; Drama Club 3; Ski Club 
2, 3; Basketball 3; Softball 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 3; Field Hockey 2, 3. 




THOMAS NORMAN SAUNDERS 

"Uda" 
Remembered as the most truant 




CARL EDWARD SCHIRMER 

"Carl" 




EAST COAST MODEL U.N. 

Rod Forter, George Engdahl, Diane Joubert, Don Roberts 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Front row: P. Robinson, M. Carter, L. Gibbs, S. Gilyard, J. Edwards, P. Collins, 
E. Moran; Back row: N. Terry, F. Kuhn, C. Yule. 




JOHN STEPHEN SCHUBERT 

"Steve" 

Ski Club 2; Folk Song Club 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




STEPHEN ROBINSON 
SCOTHORNE 

"Bonn" 
Usually heard saying, "When your car 
is going to be finished ..." 




DORIS PAULINE SCHIRMER 

"Doo" 
Usually seen roaming the halls with a 
silly grin . . . 

Library Service Club 1; Student Secretary 
3; Basketball 1; Pep Club 3; Driver 
Training 1. 




COLEEN MARIE SHAUGHNESSY 
"Coleen" 
"Nothing great is ever done without 
enthusiasm." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; Executive Board 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, 2; SEMSBA 1; Drama Club 

1, 2, 3; National Thespian Troupe 

2, 3; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 3; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3, Captain 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3; Softball 1; Varsity H Club 2, 3; Driv- 
er Training 2; Good Classmate Today — 
Good Neighbor Tomorrow. 



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EDWARD ALBERT SHAW 
"Ed" 
"... the end to a long four years with 
many more to follow." 
Golf 2, 3. 





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DONALD PAUL SHEA 
"Don" 
"All experience is an arch to build on." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Cap- 
tain 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 




ELIZABETH SHUTE 
"Liz" 
"Let it be written in your heart that 
each day is the best of the year." 
Archbearer 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; Mass. Drama Festival 
2; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 2, 3, Co- 
Editor 3; Student Exchange 3, Co-Chair- 
man; Student Council 1, 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2., Tufts Book Award 2. 



NANCY SHAW 
"Nance" 
"The world of reality has its limita- 
tions; the world of imagination is bound- 
less." 

Archbearer 1; Drama Club 1; Ski Club 
2, 3; Athletic Service Club 2, 3; Driver 
Training 3. 





SHERRILL ANN SMART 

"Sherry" 
"Oh, well, that's life!! What can you 
do?.'" 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Art Club 3; 
Student Secretary 3; Track 3; Driver 
Training 2. 



VICTORIA REGINA SIMPSON 

"Vicki" 
"The only way to love is to realize 
what love might be lost." 
Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Committee 2; 
Refreshment Committee- 1, 2; Student 
Secretar}' 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 1. 



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KENNETH EUGENE SMITH 

"Mouse" 
""...y el mayor bien es pequeno, Que 
tada la vida es sueno y los suenos 
suenos son." 

National Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tion Winner 3; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 
3; City Town Exchange 3; Soccer 2; 
Cross Country 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Co-Captain 3; Intramural Basketball 3. 




RALPH ERIC SODERSJERNA 

"Eric" 
Usually seen forging library passes . . . 
Band 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 1, 2; Soccer 
2; Ice Hockey 1; Track 3; Intramural 
Hand Soccer 3; Driver Training 1. 




HENRY A. SOBOSKI 

"Ski" 
Track 3; Intramural Hand Soccer 3. 



SANDRA CHAMBERLIN SMITH 

"Sandy" 
"Life is not always doing what you 
like, but liking what you do." 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Executive 
Board 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. 
Prom Attendant 2; Harborlight Staff 1; 
Hi-Way Editorial Staff 3; A.F.S. Club 
1; Ski Club 1, 2; Folk Song Club 2; 
Pegasus 3; French Club 1, 2; Driver 
Training 2. 





ROBERT JOSEPH SPRUILL 

"Sprucie" 
Track 2; Driver Training 2. 



RICHARD WAYNE SPARROW 

"Dick" 
"Stay loose ..." 

Audio- Visual Aids 1, 2; Library Serv- 
ice Club 1, 2, 3; Student Exchange 3; 
Driver Training 2. 



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RUTH IRENE STANHOPE 

"Ruthie" 
"Nothing great was ever achieved with- 
out enthusiasm." 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 2; Athletic 
Service Club 2, 3; Lunchroom Service 
Club 2; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; 
Driver Training 2. 





NANCY EDITH STROUT 

"Nancy" 
"One joy displays a thousand cares." 
Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 2; Badminton 
Tournament 1; Tennis 1, 2; Executive 
Board 1; Driver Training 1. 



JEFFREY RICHARD STODDARD 

"Bear" 
"All I ask is a tall ship and a Starr to 
steer her by." 

Class Executive Board 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 2; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Student 
Exchange 3, Co-Chairman; Football 1, 
2, 3; Track 2, 3. 




ROBERT BURR STUDLEY 
"Bob" 
"We all must compromise with life, it 
seems to some degree; Unless I make 
the best of things, They'll get the best 
of me." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Football 1, 2, 
3; Ice Hockey 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 



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TIME MAGAZINE CURRENT EVENTS TEST 

AWARD WINNER 

John Delaney 





ROSLYN IRENE STUDLEY 

"Penny" 

Usually seen at the end of the hall with 
Rich . . . 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Refreshment 
Committee 2; Student Secretary 3; Pep 
Club 2, 3; Softball 3; Track 3; Volley- 
ball 3; Driver Training 2. 



TIME MAGAZINE CURRENT EVENTS TEST 

AWARD RUNNERS-UP 

David Cavanaugh and George Engdahl 




REGINA MARIE SWEENEY 

"Gina" 

"My life is like a pearl which is still 

unformed but I am beginning and I 

will become." 

Chorus 1, 2; Harborlight Staff 1; Hi- 
Way Business Staff 3; Folk Song Club 
2; Pep Club 3; Driver Training 1. 



FLORENCE MARY SZABO 
"Flo" 
"I have promises to keep and miles 
to go before I sleep ..." 

Debating Club 1; Student Exchange 3; 
Pep Club 1,2. 



JOHN CHRISTIAN TAKKI 

"Tak" 
"Not that I like studies less, but fun 
more ..." 

Folk Song Club 2; Soccer 2, 3; Soft- 
ball 3; Bowling 2; Driver Training 2. 



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JOYCE ESSIE TEAGUE 

"Joy" 

"Be yourself or you'll be by yourself." 
Archbearer 1; Driver Training 1; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3. 




DEBORAH MILES THOMAS 

"Debby" 
""Hitch your wagon to a star." 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
3; Hi-Way Editorial Staff 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3; Badminton Tournament 1;, 
Driver Training 2. 





NATHANIEL SPAULDING TERRY, 

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"Tanny" 

"'He who lives his life fully finds it 
both beautiful and truthful, for beauty 
and truth are the body and soul of life." 
National Honor Society 2, 3; National 
Merit Letter of Commendation Winner 
3; Drama Club 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3; 
Treasurer 2, President 3; Chorus 1, 
2, 3; Athletic Service Club 2, 3; Tennis 
2, 3; Driver Training 1. 



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IRENE MAE THAYER 
"Irene" 

"People ask for criticism but want only 
praise." 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; 
Hi- Way Editorial Staff 3; A.F.S. Club 
1, 2; Driver Training 2 




BUDD KENNETH THORNE 

"Bubba" 

"'Yaz! I know I do more!" 

Baseball 1, 3; Intramural Basketball 

2, 3; Driver Training 1. 



GLEN EVERETT THOMPSON 

"'Tops" 
Freedom at last 
Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2; Library Service 
Club 1, 2, 3; Lunch room Service club 
1, 2, 3; Driver Training 1; Football 
1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; 



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SUSAN LINDA TIBBETTS 

"Sue" 
"It is pleasant to love someone when 
they don't know you, but of more value 
is the love of a friend who has found 
you out and still loves you." 
Art Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 1. 




JOSEPH BERNARD TONDORF 
"Joe" 
"... knowing too much to doubt, but 
too little to be proud." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; A.F.S. Club 2; Student Ex- 
change 3; Cross Country 1; Basketball 
1, 2; Track 3; Intramural Basketball 
1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Executive 
Board 2. 



CHRISTINE ANN TRAVERS 

"Chris" 
"The best way to love anything is to 
realize it might be lost." 
Student Coimcil 1; Executive Board 
2, 3; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Jr. Prom Queen; Lunch- 
room Service Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3", 
Cheerleader 2, 3; Varsity H Club 
2, 3; Graduation Usher 2; Chorus 1; 
Softball 1; Homecoming Queen 3; 
Modern Jazz 3. 




WINTHROP NELSON 
TROWBRIDGE 

"Win" 
Remembered as a good Sophomore, bet- 
ter Junior, outstanding Senior . . . 
Ski Club 1, 2; Art Club 1; Lunchroom 
Service Club 2; Cross Country 2; Track 
2. 




THOMAS JAMES TUITE 

"Tom" 
Remembered for his prompt (?) home- 
work assignments . . . 

Driver Training 2. 



THERESA ANN TYLER 

"Tracy" 

"What can I say?" 

Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Committee 2; 
Graduation Usher 2; Hi-Way Business 
Staff 3; Student Secretary 3; Pep Club 
3; Driver Training 1. 



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BRIAN AVERY URQUHART 
"Brian" 
Band 1, 2; Soccer 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3 
Basketball 3. 



AVERILL JEAN VINCENT 

"Averill" 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Southeastern Festival 

1, 2, 3; SEMSBA 1, 2, 3; All State 

1, 3; New England Festival 2, 3. 



WILLIAM DAVID VanMETER, II 

"Brew" 

Band 1, 2, 3. 




NORMA JEAN WAKELING 

"Norma" 
"There is a time and place for every- 
thing. Only when it is done at the 
right time and in the right place will 
it be successful." 

Majorette 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Driver 
Training 2. 




MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AWARD 
Cathy Farris and Jeanne Nicholson 



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DIANE MARIE WANDERS 

"Diane" 

""My heart will lead and I will follow 

and together we'll travel to the land 

of tomorrow." 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Hi-Way Busi- 
ness Staff 3; Refreshment Committee 
1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 3; A.F.S. Club 3. 



THE MUSEUM SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS ART AWARD 
Meredith Jenkins 




YVONNE MARIE WARMACK 

"Knucklehead" 
Remembered for saying, "'Hi ya, babe. 
How's it going?" 

Graduation Usher 2; Refreshment Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Library Service Club 1, 2; 
Lunchroom Service Club 1, 2; Pep 
Club 3, President; Softball 3; Volley- 
ball 3. 





RICHARD BROMLEY WEBBER 

"Goober" 
"The style is the man himself." 
Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Track 
2, 3; Executive Board 3; Oriver Train- 
ing 2. 



STEPHEN DOUGLAS WAYNEN 

"Steve" 
Drama Club 1, 2, 3; National Thes- 
pian Society 2, 3; Art Club 3; Athletic 
Service Club 1, 2, 3; Refreshment 
Committee 2; Student Exchange 3. 



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LISA HALLETT WHITMAN 

"Lisa" 

"To err is human." 

Archbearer 1; Graduation Usher 2; 

Drama Club 2; Art Club 3; Driver 

Training 3; Student Secretary 3, 





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RICHARD PARKER WHITTEMORE 

"Rick" 
Remembered as having just missed the 
boat . . . 

A.F.S. Finalist 2; National Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; A.F.S. 
Club 2; Ski Club 1, 2; Pegasus 3; 
Athletic Service Club 1, 2, 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3. 



STEVEN CURTIS WINCHESTER 

"Steve" 

Remembered for always needing a hair- 
cut ... 

Ski Club 2; Folk Song Club 2, Pres- 
ident 2; Tennis 1; Driver Training 1. 




NANCY ANNE WINTERBOTTOM 

"Nan" 
"Never measure the height of a moun- 
tain until you have reached the top. 
Then you will see how low it was." 

A.F.S. Finalist 2; Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 
2, 3; Chorus 2; Harborlight Staff 2, 3; 
Hi-Way Editorial Staff 3; A.F.S. Club 
1, 2, 3; President 3; Library Service Club 
1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Softball 1; Tennis 2; 
Executive Board 1, 2. 



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LOIS HELENE WIGMAN 
"Lois" 
"To insure peace of mind: ignore all 
rules and regulations." 
Jr. Prom Committee 2 Graduation 
Usher 2; Hi-Way Business Staff 3; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Pep Club 3; Driver 
Training 1. 




LARRY WOLFE 

"Larry" 
"The easiest person to deceive is one's 
self." 

Southeast District Orchestra 1, 2, 3; All 
State Orchestra 1, 2, 3; All State Eastern 
U.S. Orchestra 1, 2, 3; SEMSBA 3; 
Harborlight Staff 2, 3;' Photography 
Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2; Track 
3. 



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SHERYL LUCILLE WONDERGEM 

"Sheryl" 
Ski Club 1; Athletic Service Club 3; 
Basketball 3; Softball 2, 3; Field Hockey 
3; Drama Club 2, 3. 





MARIANNE MARGARET WOODS 

"Marianne" 
Transfer from Cardinal Gushing High 
School 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Graduation 
Usher 2; Driver Training 2; Basketball 
2; Pep Club 3. 



BRUCE WOOD 

"Woody" 

"Remember 'OS' " 

Baseball 3; 




JOAN LOUISE WRIGHT 

"Joanie" 
"In friendship, all thoughts, all desires, 
all expectations are born, and shared, 
with joy that is unacclaimed." 
Student Council 1, 2; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee 2; Graduation Usher 2; Harbor- 
light Staff 2; A.F.S. Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Folk Song Club 2; French 
Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Driver Train- 
ing 1. 





ROBERT ALLAN YANTISS 

"Bob" 

Band 1; Lunchroom Service 3; Art Club 

2; Library Service Club 2, 3; Audio 

Visual Aids 1, 2; Driver Training 1. 



DAWN LOUISE YALENEZIAN 

"Daybreaker" 
"Remembered as "the quiet one"? 
Student Secretary 3; Library Service 
Club 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 



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GRACE AGNES YOUNG 

"Gay" 
Pep Club 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




PAUL ROBERT ZARO 

"Zorro" 
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 




CHRISTOPHER CARL YULE 

"Chris" 
Remembered as "Leaving Whittemore 
Behind" 

National Merit Letter of Commendation 
3; Student Council 3; National Honor 
Society 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Har- 
borlight Staff 3; A.F.S. Club 2; Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Service Club 1, 
2, 3, President 3; Boy's Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Driver Training 1. 




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CRAIGIE ANN ZILDJIAN 

"Craigie" 
Pegasus 2; Girl's Basketball 1; Pep Club 
3; Girl's Tennis 3; Girl's Field Hockey 
1, 2, 3. 



RONALD CAMERON ZURCHER 
"Ron" 
"The reward of a thing well done is to 
have done it." 

Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Driver Train- 
ing 1. 



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DAVID N. BERQUIST 



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JOHN HAROLD CASTLE 

Track 2, 3- 



DANA RALPH ROBERTS 
Debating Club 3. 



DAVID J. CAVANAUGH 



TERRY JON SEALAND 



PAUL L. CHRISTIAN 



ALISON JEAN MARY SMITH 

National Merit Letter of Commendation Winner 3. 



JAMES TERRY DALTON 



ROBERT JOHN STARR 

Ski Club 3; Track 2, 3; Soccer 3; Driver Training 



DONNA LEE DAMSTRA 

Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Committee 2. 



NANCY CAROL SULLIVAN 

Jr. Prom Committee 2; Archbearer 1; Graduation Usher 
2; Library Service Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 



MICHAEL FLAHERTY 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Audio-visual Aids 1, 2, 3; Library 
Senice Club 3. 



ANNE TYLER 



ROBERT FITZGERALD 

Baseball 3. 



JOHN VINCENT TODD 

Baseball 3. 



JOHN EUGENE GOFF 
Driver Training 2. 



DONALD F. HOWARD 



PATRICIA A. VALLANI 



DONALD E. WALDEN 



RICHARD OTIS 



JOHN JUSTIN MARR 

Football 3; Ice Hockey 2, 3; Baseball 3; Varsity H 
Club 3; Driver Training 2. 



WILLIAM GLASS 



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Ralph Wayne Studio 

Torrey Capo, Hingham, Miriror 



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190 Summer St. Hingham 



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HAROLD L DOWNING 

Compliments of 

GEORGE H. DOWNING & 
SON, INC. 



EDWARD G. JONES 
E. GARDNER JONES 



Established 1882 
Hingham, Mass. 749-0340 




FLORIST.INC 



Tel. 749-0335 
Eve. and Sun. 749-1434 




Compliments of 

FOSTER'S SHOES 

SAUL COPELAND 

RON TIERNAN 

142 North Street 
Hingham 

749-2260 



Compliments of 

LINCOLN GARAGE & 
SERVICE STATION 

250 Lincoln Street (Rte. #3A) 
Hingham, Mass. 749-0255 



Compliments of 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 
PAINTS & WALLPAPER 

Paints for All Purposes 

Including 

SWP House Paint 

Super Kem-Tone Deluxe 

KEM-GLO 

21 Main Street Hingham 

749-0917 



Best Wishes From 

HINGHAM MUTUAL 
FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

49 Main Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



Mimjvumm am'mm 



137 



Compliments of 




749-4300 



878-4300 



Compliments of 




QU INN'S GULF 
SERVICE STATION 



Compliments of 

LINDA'S OF H INGHAM 

Hingham Plaza 
HIngham, Mass. 

749-9777 



Compliments of 

WALSH & PACKARD 
INCORPORATED 



Electrical Goods 
Devoe Paints 
Garden Supplies 



Repairs 

Hardware 

Houseware 



31 Main Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



HINGHAM 
BUSINESS MACHINES 

86 North Street 

749-1801 

Sales, Repairs, Rentals 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



138 



GOOD LUCK 
From 

WHIPPLE 
MOTORS INC. 

Dodge in Hingham 

Rte. 3A 
Hingham, Mass. 

749-2360 



Compliments of 

THE CROW POINT 
SERVICE STATION 

185 Lincoln St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



AL CLAY 




CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1966 

From 

BECKWITH ELEVATOR COMPANY 

Specialists In 
Vertical Transportation 

8 St. Mary's Street Boston, Mass. 

267-6006 



J^ec/uvit/v 

ELEVATOR COMPANY, INC. 



M'ISS HINGHAM SHOP 

Pre Teen and Junior 
44 North St. Hinghann, Mass. 



miJJIBWUILP^I-llfi I IWI I.^^^ 



Compliments of 

ACHILLE 
GREEN HOUSE 

392 Main St. 
Hingham, Mass. 

749-0678 749-0854 



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Compliments From 


Compliments of 


HINGHAM 


THE TREASURE 


CAMERA SHOP 


SHOP 


61 South Street 


27-29 Station Street 


749-0588 


HIngham, Mass. 




our 



DEPENDABLE 
DRUGGIST 




Best Wishes to the Class of '(£ 

Compliments of 

HINGHAM CENTER PHARMACY 

749-1277 
E. VINCENT CARNES Reg. Pharmacist 



COMEAU'S 


JOSEPH CALVI 




SERVICE STATION 

E. J. COMEAU. Prop. 

GASOLINE. OILS AND LUBRICATION 
TIRES. TUBES AND BAHERY SERVICE 


Contractor 

Licensed Sewer Connector 

Asphalt Driveways 

Cement Work of All Kinds 

Excavation 




Ford Service A Specialty 
3 Summer Street 


104 Kilby Street 
HIngham, Mass. 




HIngham, Mass. 


749-0876 




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Compliments of 

CONTE'S 
DRESS SHOP 

8 Main St. 

"Hingham's Fashion Center" 



PAYNE'S 
COLOR MART 

Queen Anne's Corner 
Acord, South Hinghann 

Paint Artist's Supplies 
Wallpaper 

749-3264 



Compliments of 

BEST CHEVROLET INC. 




Adjacent to Shopping Plaza 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



THE 

SNACK SHOP 

"LUDDY'S" 


HENRY JONES 
TELEVISION 

Electrical Appliances 
Radio, Television 


319 Main Street 
Hingham. Mass. 


SALES AND SERVICE 
22 North St. Hingham, Mass. 




749-3048 

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Compliments of 


Trucking and 


WESTLAND'S 


Rigging Contractors 


SPORTING GOODS 


Boston, Massachusetts 


19 Main Street 




Hingham, Massachusetts 






ANTHONY 


H INGHAM 


Hair Stylist 


RIDING STABLES 


Hingham, Mass. 




749-9090 


Open Year-Round 


Hinqham Plaza 


Top of Turkey Hill 


749-9809 


JCE SAPONARO 


South Duxbury, Mass. 


At Leavitt St. 


934-2800 


[follow Nike Site sign) 


Perms — Coloring — Styling 


Compliments of 




WEST HINGHAM 


HINGHAM JEWELERS 


PHARMACY 


54 South Street 


181 South Street 


749-2108 


Hingham, Mass. 






142 





BEST WISHES 

To The 

Class of 

1966 

From 

GEORGE D. REARDON 



H. F. LOUD & SON, 
INC. 

Imported and Domestic 
— ^Wines and Spirits — 

9 Central Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

749-0739 


Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1966 

SAM ARGIRO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

Main St. Hingham, Mass. 
749-2065 


Compliments of 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

and 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 


ELENA SESTITO 
FLORIST 

^"■"^ S. Main St. 
Station St. Jiowc^Lf-Wj^ Cohasset, 
Hinghann, Mass. Mass. 
749-2045 383-1966 


Compliments of 

MASTERS CLEANERS 

Pressing — Dyeing — Repairing 

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1 P intimates and 
^ outermates 

QUINCY HINGHAM COHASSET 


Compliments of 

THE CLUB CAR 

48 Whiting St. 




GEORGE A. COLE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

104 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 

749-2303 


J. A. ROWE 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

94-96 South St. 
Hingham 

100 Pleasant St. 
South Weymouth 

5c lOc $1.00 Store 





Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 

1966 



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FIND SUCCESS 

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HAPPINESS 

ALWAYS 





MICHAEL 


VENETIAN 




HAIR STYLIST 


909 Broad Street 




749-1442 


East Weymouth 




201 Whiting St. 


Italian and American Food 




(Rte. 53) 


Pizza 




South Hingham, Mass. 




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M. B. FOSTER ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 



368 Congress Street 

Electrical Contractors 



New Haven Portsmouth 

Connecticut New Hampshire 



BROAD COVE'S 
"TEEN HAVEN" 



For Dancing Pleasure of Teenagers 

Friday — Saturday 

Route 3-A 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Class of 1966 

From 



SUPREME MARKETS 



"The Quality Markets" 







What's Missing? 




A FRIEND 


GO to 
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HINGHAM CHURCHES 


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FRANK PETER RILEY 
AND SONS 



GENERAL CONTRACTING 

AND 

TRUCKING 



119 Beal Street 
749-2577 



Hingham, Mass. 
749-0420 



Excavating — Gardening 
Licensed Sewer Connections 
Cesspools — Septic Tanks 
Water — Lines and Drains 
Rubbish Removal — Snow Plowing 
Contracting — Equipment — Rentals 
Loam, Subsoil, Sand, Gravel, Fill 
Asphalt — Parking Areas — Driveways 



147 



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HINGHAM.MASS. 



THE VERY FINEST IN PORTRAITURE 



Children 



Bridal 



Adult 



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SPONSORS 



Mr. James S. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Salva+ore L Amon+e 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Argiro 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Bartlett 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Bedford 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Bernan 

Mr. David Berquist 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominicic Blonde 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Horton Bowen 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Breen 

Miss Mary Brawley 

Mrs. Marion S. Briggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Alls+on P. Burr 

Miss Ruth But+erfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Cannata 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Carey 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cargill Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Carpenter 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Carter 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cashman 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. Chaupette 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Christopher 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Cole Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cole 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cook 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Connelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Corea 
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Curtis 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L Dailey 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. DeHart 
Mr. and Mrs. High Devine 
In Memory of Miss Helen Dorrity 
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Douglass 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman K. Dresser 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Dupee 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Dwelley 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Edwards 
Dr. and Mrs. L. L Eldredge 
Dr. and Mrs. Roger H. Emerson 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Endicott 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Engdahl 
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Engstrom 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Faria 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Farris 
Mr. Paul B. Flynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Gibbs Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gilyard 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Glass 
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton N. Goff 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Gramer 
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall 



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Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hemstreet 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Hoar 

Dr. and Mrs. Norman R. Hoelzel 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hoge 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Holmes 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hol+haus 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl L Hoss 

Mr. and Mrs. Leavitt Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Jenkins 
Miss Pearl Kaplan 

Mr. Danniel W. Keeler 

Mr. and Mrs. Reino A. Kock 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kowalker 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice LaFond 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Landick Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Lawrence 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linscott Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn T. Lord Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. MacMaster 

Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Margetts 

Mr. and Mrs. George V. McGinn 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. McNulty 

Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Menzies 

Mr. and Mrs. Louise H. Miller 



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Norton 
Mrs. Donald Negathon 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Nord 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Page 

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Perry 

Mr. and Mrs. Irmin L. Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Kingman Pratt 

Mr. and Mrs. Miller D. Richmond 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rowlings 
Mrs. Rita E. Shaughnessey 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip K. Shute 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Sparrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Edison H. Stanhope 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stein Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Stoddard 
Miss Nellie Suzedell 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. league 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron B. Thomas 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Tibbets 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Travers 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wakeling 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wanders 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. 

Winterbottom 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wright 



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